Little Nightmares 2 Is Now Free To Claim With Stadia Pro

Tarsier Studios’ creepy indie platformer Little Nightmares 2 has just released, and now Stadia Pro subscribers are getting treated to some additional happy news: the game is completely free to claim via Google Stadia.

The much-anticipated sequel to 2017’s Little Nightmares officially releases today – February 11 – across all major platforms. Google Stadia will be welcoming the game to its own platform today at 3PM PT in the US, and 12AM PT internationally. Thereafter, if you’re a Stadia Pro subscriber, you can claim Little Nightmares 2 for free without any need for downloads, updates, or installs.

Google Stadia is a cloud-based gaming platform which lets you instantly play games on a wide range of devices you probably already own (like a laptop or TV), via Chromecast Ultra.

If you aren’t signed up for Stadia Pro, you could always do so now and start your free one month Stadia Pro trial. You’ll gain instant access to Little Nightmares 2, along with more than 25 other games including Hitman and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Importantly, though, you’ll only have access to these free games as long as you stay subscribed to the Stadia Pro service, which is $9.99 per month. New free games become available to subscribers every month.

There is of course a free version of Stadia available to anyone with a Gmail email address. In terms of the games you’ll have access to, this free version just acts like any other storefront, letting you buy and keep whatever games you choose. So that means unfortunately no free access to Little Nightmares 2 unless you opt for Stadia Pro!

Little Nightmares 2 builds on the events of the first game. It follows the tale of two young children trapped in a dark and twisted world as they try unravel some of its mysteries, while escaping the clutches of its equally dark and twisted residents. You can check out TheGamer’s own review of the game here, to get an idea of what to expect. From what we’ve seen, you’re in for a treat.

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