This week, Nintendo held a very special Direct presentation that was solely focused on the upcoming Switch game, Super Mario Maker 2.
In the detailed 15-minute video presentation, a bunch of new details were revealed and if you’re wondering what new things are coming to this long-awaited sequel, then look no further.
Here are the biggest changes and improvements that will be coming to Super Mario Maker 2.
Of course, players in Super Mario Maker 2 will be able to share and play custom-designed levels by using the Nintendo Switch Online service, but you will be able to play courses with up to four people.
You can battle it out in multiplayer versus mode, where you can face off and race to complete a randomly selected level first. You can improve your win-loss ratio by leaving your buddies in the dust.
If you’re not the competitive type, you can also play in the multiplayer cooperative mode that has everyone playing together to complete a course; there are no losers though. If one person gets to the end of the level, everybody wins.
Being that this is the first time that Nintendo has introduced online four-player multiplayer in a new 2D Mario game, this is something to be very excited about.