Little Nightmares Enhanced Edition Rated In Australia
Little Nightmares Enhanced Edition appears to have been recently rated. This could indicate a ray-tracing upgrade for Tarsier’s horror platformer.
Little Nightmares has received two games so far, both of which have been successful. The first game was released on the PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, while the sequel was available on last-generation consoles as well as PS5 and Xbox Series. The current-generation release was titled Enhanced Edition and took a while to arrive.
It appears that the original Little Nightmares might also get an upgrade based on a recent rating by the Australian Classification Board.
This year, a new version of the game, Little Nightmares Enhanced Edition, was rated in Australia. This is different from the Complete Edition, which launched with all of the downloadable content, so it appears to be a separate release.
This is not the first time we have heard about a rating for the game. It was previously discovered that the game had been rated in Europe.
The Enhanced Edition title refers to the improvements made for the current-generation release. This was the case with Little Nightmares 2, so it might be the case here as well.
Little Nightmares 2 Enhanced Edition launched with two different display modes: Beauty and Performance. The beauty mode ran the game with 4K at 30 FPS specs and also supported ray-tracing. The performance mode dropped the resolution to dynamic 4K but ran at 60 FPS while supporting ray tracing.
Other improvements offered in the Enhanced Edition were Volumetric Shadows, Interactive Particles, and Immersive Audio support. It remains to be seen if these features will also be offered in the new Enhanced Edition of the game.
Little Nightmares 1 and 2 were developed by Tarsier and published by Bandai Namco. The games have now sold more than 12 million units worldwide, making them a massive success. There are also rumors of a potential third entry in the series.