As promised, Nintendo held a new Nintendo Direct announcement today dedicated to Super Mario Maker 2, revealing all the details fans have been waiting for. As the castle's reconstruction progresses, he also encounters new characters who can offer even more jobs. A new Moon course part can be used to unlock night versions of these themes.
A host of new items were included for course creation, including the Angry Sun from Super Mario Bros.More news: Selena Gomez Calls Social Media 'Terrible' and 'Dangerous'
Nintendo Switch Online will be required to upload courses. Everyone using the Course World hub has a maker profile with an in-game Mii avatar. In Multiplayer Versus, up to four players-playing as either Mario, Luigi, Toad, or Toadette-will compete to race through a randomly selected level. It also includes games that have yet to be released, like Super Mario Maker 2, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Astral Chain and Fire Emblem Three houses, so if you're keen on getting at least two of those games, it's worth buying the vouchers. Only the person setting up the room needs an internet connection, Nintendo said.
Super Mario Maker 2 was announced back in February in the same Nintendo Direct that also revealed The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Remake that is headed to the Switch later this year. That effectively gives a $20 discount on some of the Switch's highest-profile games.More news: Liverpool: What Jurgen Klopp plans to do to ensure Champions League glory
If you're looking for all the pertinent information on the Super Mario Maker 2 Nintendo Direct including when it starts and how to watch online, we have you covered. It begins at 11 a.m. PT at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles.More news: Bitcoin passes $7,000 level as winning streak continues
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