Poppy Playtime: Mommy Long Legs replaces Huggy Wuggy as the game’s main antagonist in Chapter 2. Here’s everything we know so far about her.
Poppy Playtime, an indie horror game, recently released the first game trailer for Poppy Playtime: Chapter 2, which features a new character, Mommy Long Legs, who is presumed to be the sequel’s main antagonist. Poppy Playtime was released for PC in October 2021, and it was ported to mobile devices earlier this month, prompting comparisons to survival horror icon Five Nights At Freddy’s. Set in an abandoned toy factory, players must avoid being discovered by the factory’s inhabitants, a slew of creepy, vengeful toys lurking in the shadows.
Despite the fact that it is extremely short, taking an estimated 30-45 minutes to complete, Poppy Playtime has been incredibly popular since its release, particularly among fans of the survival horror genre. Because the first chapter of Five Nights At Freddy’s competitor Poppy Playtime took less than an hour to complete, players have been eagerly awaiting the second chapter of Five Nights At Freddy’s competitor Poppy Playtime. While there is no release date for the next installment in the Poppy Playtime: Chapter 2 trailer, it is expected to arrive sometime in March 2022. The trailer does, however, include the official title of the new chapter, Fly in a Web, which alludes to Mommy Long Legs’ spider-like design.
The Poppy Playtime: Chapter 2 trailer concludes with a first look at Mommy Long Legs, presumably Chapter 2’s main antagonist. The trailer begins with a pink hand, now identified as Mommy Long Legs’, grabbing Chapter 1’s antagonist, Huggy Wuggy, and yanking him off-screen. Mommy Long Legs narrates the eerie trailer, which shows a new green hand instead of Poppy Playtime’s red GrabPack hand and a preview of the upcoming chapter’s gameplay. Mommy Long Legs creepily refers to the player as “a new playmate,” implying that she has nefarious plans for the game’s protagonist, implying that the player is the fly she intends to entangle in her web.