These of you planning to select up a boxed copy of Little Nightmares II on the PlayStation four within the UK this week should wait a bit longer – with writer Bandai Namco blaming Brexit for the delay. The corporate took to Twitter to apologise for the set-back, stating that bodily models had been being pushed again as a result of “unexpected adjustments”. It added that it’s doing “the whole lot in our energy to ship your copies as quickly as potential”.
The sport’s due out digitally and bodily world wide on 11th February, however these of you within the UK and Northern Eire should wait a “few additional days” as a result of adjustments in laws which has made delivery merchandise from the European Union a bit extra difficult. Clearly, that is the primary time we’ve seen a product within the video games business instantly affected by Brexit, so hopefully publishers are in a position to adapt to the alterations shortly as issues start to quiet down.
As for the sport itself, it’s definitely worth the wait – even when it’s not excellent. In our Little Nightmares II PS4 review, we defined: “The title depends far too closely on trial and error, which frustrates, however a lot of its encounters will stay with you lengthy after the credit roll, and so it’s profitable at creating a long-lasting impression.”