Little Nightmares 2 – How to Get the Secret Ending

Little Nightmares 2 – How to Get the Secret Ending

Here's how you can obtain Little Nightmares 2 secret ending.

During the Gamescom Opening Night Live stream in August 2019, Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed that 2017’s Little Nightmares will be getting a sequel aptly named, Little Nightmares 2. With the game’s release happening yesterday, February 11 on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One, players have already put in some gaming hours into the creepy horror title but did you know that there’s an apparent secret ending? Let’s find out how players can go about unlocking it, shall we?

How to unlock Little Nightmares 2 secret ending

The Little Nightmares 2 secret ending is unlocked by interacting with all glitched children. The only way to obtain it is by finding all 18 “Glitched Remains” which are weird kid-images that you come across throughout the city. By finding all these glitchy strange versions of Six, it will grant you another ending that has been a well kept secret. What these glitched remains truly mean, we’ve no idea right now but maybe later down the line, the developers will indulge if they have a deeper meaning or not.

Where can you find the “Glitched Remains”?

The glitched remains are hard to spot so if you’re not purposefully looking out for them, you could definitely pass them by. Some will lay in wait in places like unseen passages or even tunnels but don’t worry too much if you can’t find them all in one playthrough as there’s a completion counter on the Chapter Select menu to allow you to see how many you’ve collected so far and if you haven’t got enough yet to get the secret ending, you can always go back in and take a good look around.

The Glitched Children pop up in Little Nightmares 2 first four levels so at least you know that is where you can focus your attention instead of having to sieve through every level you come across throughout the game.

Happy hunting!

Little Nightmares 2 has launched on Nintendo SwitchPCPS4PS5Xbox One, and Xbox Series X since February 11. While you are here, check out our review of the title.