Nintendo Celebrates 10 Million Courses Uploaded to Super Mario Maker 2, Increases Upload Cap to 100
Nintendo has announced that Super Mario Maker 2 now allows players to upload 100 courses after the game sees 10 million courses uploaded.
Nintendo has increased the number of courses that users are able to upload to the Course World in Super Mario Maker 2 after announcing a brand-new milestone. Originally, when Super Mario Maker 2 launched, players were limited to only being able to upload 32 courses. This was bumped up to 64 courses after launch, and there was mention that Nintendo had plans to bump the number one more time later down the road.
It seems as if that day is here as the official Nintendo of America Twitter account has confirmed that players can now upload 100 courses to the Course World. This increase is joined by the celebration of the game hitting over 10 million playable courses being available for others to download and play.
Thanks to the creativity of Makers around the world, there are now over 10 million playable courses in #SuperMarioMaker2! To celebrate, you can now upload up to 100 courses to Course World! pic.twitter.com/v23ALxyVAS
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 7, 2020
Super Mario Maker 2 launched last year for the Nintendo Switch and is a sandbox in which the player can construct their own Mario level by making use of numerous assets from a wide range of games from the Mario universe.
For those who are more into the story, the game does come with a story mode where the player helps to rebuild Princess Peaches castle by going through over 100 Nintendo created courses.
Super Mario Maker 2 had sold over 2 million copies in 3 days and while it only launched in June, by July it was reported that there had been over 4 million courses uploaded. It has also seen an update that introduces a playable Link from The Legend of Zelda, and we’ve also seen perhaps the most butt-clenching course created.
The increase in the course upload cap means that players now get to upload even more courses for the fans of the game, but this is most likely the last increase. Of course, if another milestone is hit and Nintendo increase the cap again, we’ll let you know.
Super Mario Maker 2 is available on Nintendo Switch.