Super Mario Maker 2 “World Maker” mode has been added in the final update and received positive reactions from fans.
Earlier today, in a post on Twitter, Nintendo has revealed the final update of Super Mario Maker 2 and thank God, it has the new features that we all love: a World Maker mode that lets you design a map and string multiple courses together, Super Mario World-style. Each world can contain up to five levels, and eight of the words themselves can be combined, meaning you can create your own 40-level Mario game.
It is believed that it’s an unexpected move from the video game giant since the game community thought that Nintendo would never release these features until Mario Maker 3. Meanwhiles, the gaming community has welcomed the news with positive reactions.
It appears that Nintendo is kicking off Mario’s 35th anniversary in style. The company was exaggerating as they said they had some big things coming up. The update also includes the addition of several new enemies and power-ups including the frog suit from Super Mario Bros. 3, the power balloon from Super Mario World, and a mushroom that turns characters into their Super Mario Bros. 2 sprites and lets them throw items around.
“In the “World Maker” mode, multiple courses created by a user can be tied together on a path from the starting point on a world map to the end castle. The look of the world map can also be customized. Up to eight worlds containing a total of up to 40 courses can be combined, creating a mini Super Mario game that can be shared with others.” said Nintendo.
Nintendo will release the update for free on April 22nd. Alongside Super Mario Maker 2 “World Maker” mode, the Koopalings also make appearances in the World Maker. Unfortunately, Super Mario Maker 2 won’t receive any more content, but the ability to build an entirely new Mario game isn’t the worst way to sign off.
You can purchase Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch) on Amazon with $59,92.