‘Super Mario Maker 2’ Nintendo Direct

‘Super Mario Maker 2’ Nintendo Direct

Yesterday, Nintendo surprised us all by announcing a new Nintendo Direct devoted entirely to Super Mario Maker 2.

The Direct will run for approximately 15 minutes, and will concentrate exclusively on SMM2, so don't expect any surprise indie announcements.

If you're looking for all the pertinent information on the Super Mario Maker 2 Nintendo Direct including when it starts and how to watch online, we have you covered.

There are co-op and competitive multiplayer options in Super Mario Maker 2.

The show will kick off from Thursday 0800 AEST / 0600 AWST / 0730 ACST / 1000 NZST.

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Do you like the idea of night-themed levels in Super Mario Maker 2? Today, then, we can expect Nintendo to cover some of the new stage creation tools we'll have at our disposal, along with how the game's online component will work. You can filter courses and leave comments on ones that you've enjoyed, as if you're throwing someone a "like" on Facebook. Everyone in Course World gets a Maker Profile, including a customizable avatar with unlockable accessories.

Importantly, you can download courses and play offline, but whether this is limited in any way was not discussed.

The moon unlocks "night courses" across SMM2, which totally changes the way to play. Instead of an angry, lethal sun, players can drop in a moon, transforming an entire level into a nighttime landscape. Fans seems especially excited for assets from the SNES classic Super Mario World.

That's because 3D World has a number of features that only apply to its particular style. Players will be able to set the trajectory of objects like snake blocks, Banzai Bill, Piranha Creepers, Track Blocks and even auto-scrolling levels. The game releases on June 28 and will cost $70.