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Super Mario Maker 2

This information comes from Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa…

Nintendo delivered a big update for Super Mario Maker 2 last night. Among other things, you can finally play with friends online.

Nintendo won’t be stopping there. The company says it is planning “additional game updates, including new course parts in the future.” Specifics have not yet been announced, but fans can look forward to more content down the road.


A major update for Super Mario Maker 2 has gone live. Version 1.1.0 is now available, which adds functionality to let you play with friends online and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is out today, and Nintendo is doing a bit of cross-promotion. They shared a total of eight Zelda-themed courses in Super Mario Maker 2 to celebrate the launch of the remake. You can see the codes for each level in the image above.


Nintendo has revealed some new purchasing options for Nintendo Switch Online memberships in Europe. Four first-party games that have a big online multiplayer component can be bought in a bundle with a 12-month Nintendo Switch Online membership; these bundles are slightly cheaper than buying the game and the NSO membership separately. These four bundles are currently available:

  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 12-month Family Membership: 15% off
  • Splatoon 2 + 12-month Individual Membership: 12% off
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate + 12-month Individual Membership: 11% off
  • Super Mario Maker 2 + 12-month Individual Membership: 12% off

This offer is currently only available in Europe. We will keep you updated should Nintendo announce it for other regions.


Nintendo has shared the latest milestone for Super Mario Maker 2. According to the company, over five million courses have been uploaded.

It was previously announced that there were four million courses back on July 31.

In its first three days, Super Mario Maker 2 sold nearly 2.5 million copies worldwide.


Super Mario Maker 2 has reached its latest milestone. In about a month, players have uploaded over four million courses.

Nintendo previously announced yesterday that Super Mario Maker 2 has already sold 2.42 million copies worldwide.


Since the release of Super Mario Maker 2, players have been limited to uploading 32 courses online. However, that amount has now been raised.

An in-game notice confirms that the upload course limit is now set at 64. Additionally, Nintendo says this will be raised “one more time” at some point in the future.

The notice reads:

The latest episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta continue playing levels from the community. Check out the full episode below.

Nintendo has announced the first major milestone for Super Mario Maker 2. Since launch, players have uploaded two million courses.

Thus far, Nintendo hasn’t shared official sales data for Super Mario Maker 2. However, we do know that the game sold close to 200,000 units at retail in Japan during its first week.