Boys and girls, we have exciting news for you! Super Mario Maker 2 will come to us faster than we can imagine. After the sequel of the Super Mario Maker on Wii U has been announced in February by Nintendo, now the official news is that Super Mario Maker 2 will be released on June 28, 2019.
From Where We Have Started and Where We Are Now?
If we are talking about Mario Maker, its story begin back in 2015 when it was released on the Wii U and become the most popular on the platform. Why it became so popular? The fact that the game allowed players to create their own Mario platforming stages have set the players to do even videos on Youtube or Twitter channels about that.
The game allowed you to create what sets did you want, from the Super Mario Bros., the original, to Super Mario Bros.3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. The tools used in the game had a lot of features that let you create blocks, enemies, platforms and many more. So this new Universe was created around Mario, in the game, and outside the game, because many players are still uploading new stages.
What Is Super Mario Maker 2 Bringing?
Unfortunately, from Nintendo, we only have one trailer for the game, but that doesn’t mean that new features aren’t expected. One of the highlights is a new theme added to the game: Super Mario 3D World. Also, it will have new water ground in a single section and new platforms. But wait, there’s more! New enemies are coming: Bully from Super Mario 64 is showing his face around the game, and the Angry Sun from Super Mario Bros. 3 will be around.
Finally, Nintendo’s purpose is to release Mario Maker 2 faster than we think, so we are counting the days for that. Until then, we are waiting for more video trailers from Nintendo, to see what they will offer more in this game. We are sure that Mario Maker 2 will have an endless amount of stages to play and more things to create.
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