Nintendo of America has announced that Super Mario Maker 2 will be receiving its final major update later this week, and it’s a big one.
The most notable part of the update will add a highly requested feature to the game: a world maker. Players will be able to add up to 40 of their created courses into a customizable world.
This will give players the liberty of creating their very own Mario game by building structures like bridges, hills, and warp pipes to the map. It looks like there will be plenty of customization since players will have control of details down to each level’s icon.
In addition to the world maker feature, this final content update will include a large variety of new power-ups and enemies. Some included are the Super Mario Bros 2 mushroom, frog suit, power balloon, super acorn, and boomerang flower.
In the 3D World game mode, there will be new hat items such as the cannon box, propeller box, red POW box, Goomba mask, and Bullet Bill mask.
Koopalings will be added as bosses across various game modes as well, allowing creators to have more choices for who players will face in their courses.
Earlier this year, Super Mario Maker 2 reached the milestone of 10 million playable courses. With all of the new features in this upcoming update, there will be even more ways for players to create unique and fun courses.
This final major content update to Super Mario Maker 2 will be available for free and will arrive on April 22. For full details and to see the world maker in action, you can watch the trailer below.