Also starting today, the game is available for pre-order on the Nintendo Store.
Physical pre-orders for the Day One Edition and TV Edition (in Europe) are still available here.
The TV Edition will add, in addition to the Nomes’ Attic DLC and Mokujin mask, the complete soundtrack of the game as well as an exclusive diorama of Mono & Six, an artbook, a steelbook case, an Artbook and stickers for the game.
For players willing to immerse themselves in the Little Nightmares universe, the first game is now available to grab for free on PC from January 13 to 17 on the BNEE store.
The game is also part of Xbox Game with Gold in January, so players with a Xbox Live Gold subscription can jump in the shoes of Six and explore the Maw.
In an effort to continue telling the stories behind the lost children of the Little Nightmares world, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe has worked on a digital comic book, whose first two chapters are available now on Android and iOS. The comic book will go into the story between Little Nightmares and Little Nightmares II.
During the “Monster Hunter Digital Event” today, Capcom shared new details for Monster Hunter Rise, the upcoming entry in the award-winning and top-selling Monster Hunter action RPG series.
Throughout the month of January, a Monster Hunter Rise demo will be available as a free download from the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch™, serving hungry hunters around the world their first taste of the highly-anticipated new entry in the storied franchise.
Also showcased in the livestream event, a brand new trailer introduced the “Wyvern Riding” gameplay mechanic, a new monster, a collection of returning monsters and frosty new hunting grounds that players can explore when the full game launches worldwide for the Nintendo Switch system on March 26, 2021.
The free limited time Monster Hunter Rise demo launches tomorrow on January 8, CET, and runs through January 31, giving players ample time to enjoy a sampling of this all-new Monster Hunter experience. The demo provides players with numerous hunting options, including offline solo and (up to 4 player) offline* local and online** multiplayer gameplay using all 14 weapon types. The following modes and quests are available in the free demo:
Training – Learn the basics of monster hunting, including an introduction to the new Wirebug mechanic and Palamute riding. Solo play only.
Wyvern Riding – Enter an arena to experience Wyvern Riding, a new feature that allows hunters to ride and guide monsters for a period of time. Solo play only.
Beginner Quest: Great Izuchi – Ideal for first time players or hunters who need a refresher course. Solo play, local multiplayer and online multiplayer.
Intermediate Quest: Mizutsune – A fierce challenge for experienced players only. Solo play, local multiplayer and online multiplayer.
*For offline local play, Nintendo Switch Online (NSO) membership is not required. **For online play, Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account are required. From now through January 13, Nintendo is offering their NSO service as a free trial to all players on Nintendo Switch.
NOTE: The demo provides hunters with a total of 30 quest attempts, which are shared between both (beginner and intermediate) quests. The Tutorial and Wyvern Riding training do not count against the 30 quest limit, but those modes cannot be accessed after the limit is reached.
Also revealed today, the icy Goss Harag is an entirely new monster that will make its debut in Monster Hunter Rise.
This fanged beast will send a chill down hunters’ spines, as he roams through snowy fields in search of new prey and attacks using blades of ice. Goss Harag is right at home in the Frost Islands, a new snow-capped and windswept locale that was once the nesting grounds for large dragons, who only the bravest hunters would attempt to slay.
Many other classic and fan-favorite monsters will be returning to join the ever-growing roster of foes in Monster Hunter Rise.
In addition to the previously-announced monsters, these seasoned threats will also make their presences known: Lagombi, Khezu, Great Baggi, Barioth, Mizutsune, and Tigrex.
More new and returning monsters will be revealed in the months ahead.
Join Donna and more than 35 other unique playable characters in their mission to cure the madness infecting the goddesses of the world in this action-RPG game set in a carefully hand-drawn, vividly animated and most beautifully colourful world.
Grid Fight draws inspiration from classic grid-based games like Mega Man Battle Network to deliver a whole new experience where quick reflexes and careful team management are key to win the battle.
Different characters are especially suited to overcome different challenges and it’s your mission to get to know them enough so they will join your squad. Enlist, evolve and equip powerful masks to make them achieve their ultimate potential and use them in PVE and local PVP battles, all while you enjoy the earworm 90’s inspired soundtrack.
The demo of Grid Fight – Mask Of The Goddess is out now on Steam where players can have a taste of the main mechanics of the game, including recruiting new characters and choosing different paths in their story.