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Super Mario Maker 2

Nintendo is continuing on with its “Switch My Way” commercial series, this time featuring Super Mario Maker 2. View the advert below.

Nintendo isn’t finished with its plans for Super Mario Maker 2. Tucked away inside a Japanese post regarding the recent Zelda-related addition, a note was included mentioning that there are still updates planned for the game.

As far as new features go, Super Mario Maker has had two big patches. Version 1.1.0 in October was highlighted by the addition of the ability to play online with friends. Then with version 2.0.0 in December, new course parts were added including the Master Sword, Ninji Speedruns, and more.

It was announced a few days ago that Super Mario Maker 2 players have uploaded over ten million courses. The upload limit for players was also increased to a total of 100.

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Nintendo has announced a new milestone for Super Mario Maker 2. Since launch, players have uploaded over 10 million courses worldwide.

Today’s news was celebrated by increasing the number of levels players can share online to a maximum of 100.

Here’s a brief video celebrating the milestone:

Super Mario Maker 2 originally limited players to uploading up to 32 courses online. Then at the end of July, the cap was increased to 64. It has now been raised once again.

Following a bit of maintenance, Super Mario Maker 2 players can now upload a maximum of 100 courses. This is expected to be the final increase for the game. Nintendo had said in July that it would be raising the limit “one more time”, so that should be it.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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Super Mario Maker 2’s next big update is now live. Nintendo has issued version 2.0.0 with new course parts, the Zelda crossover, Ninji Speedruns, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

A number of outlets have started to come forward with brand new footage of Super Mario Maker 2’s 2.0 update, featuring Zelda content and more. We’ve rounded up the videos below.

Super Mario Maker 2 is getting a major free update this week, on December 5. Version 2.0 will add many new course parts, including the Master Sword item in the Super Mario Bros. style that transforms Mario into Link, giving him a totally new moveset, as well as a new speed-run mode. Here’s the trailer for the update:

Head past the break for a breakdown of all the new additions:

This information comes from Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa…