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Identity V Will Have Little Nightmares Collaboration Skins

NetEase has announced a batch of new outfits that will arrive in Identity V, including the return of the Junji Ito skins and the debut of the Little Nightmares collaboration costumes. You’ll be able to get Six’s outfit from the shop and Mono’s outfit as an event reward.

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For the Little Nightmares collaboration in Identity V, only two outfits will be available. The Six costume will be for the “Little Girl” Survivor and the Mono costume will be for the Axe Boy Hunter. Six was the main playable protagonist in the first game, while Mono was the playable protagonist in the second. Because Identity V does not often re-run collaboration costumes, it is advisable to purchase the Little Nightmares costumes if you want them while they’re available.

While this is a new collaboration event, NetEase has also announced the return of the Junji Ito collection. The Souichi, Intersection Bishounen, and Kawakami Tomie outfits for Lucky Guy, Wu Chang, and Dream Witch, respectively, will return on April 3, 2024. The B-Duck collaboration featuring skins for Mercenary and Bonbon will return on May 16, 2024. NetEase has also announced upcoming collaboration skins with the China Academy of Art and Lawson.

Identity V is readily available on the Windows PC and mobile devices. Little Nightmares is available for the PS4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. The sequel, Little Nightmares II, is available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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