Super Mario Maker 2 Now Lets You Upload A Lot More Levels

You can now share a lot more courses online.


Nintendo has once again upped the number of courses you can share online in Super Mario Maker 2. Until now, players have been able to upload a maximum of 64 levels to the game's online Course World hub, but that number has now been increased to 100.

The upload cap has been raised to celebrate the game's latest milestone. According to Nintendo's official Twitter account, players have shared a staggering 10 million levels in the game to date.

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When Mario Maker 2 first launched last June, only 32 levels maximum could be uploaded to Course World. Nintendo doubled that number the following month to 64. It's unclear if the company will raise the upload cap again in the future, although 100 should be more than enough for most players.

Mario Maker 2's most recent update arrived last month and added a variety of new course parts to the game, including a Master Sword power-up. When Mario grabs this item, he transforms into Link from the Legend of Zelda, complete with his classic arsenal. Link can place bombs, fire arrows to hit far-off coins and switches, and use his shield to deflect objects.

In addition to the Master Sword power-up, the update brought two more classic enemies (Pokey and Spike), new P Blocks, frozen coins, and a Dash Block for the Super Mario 3D World game style. It also added a new Ninji Speedrun mode that challenges you to race through new courses created by Nintendo. You can check out our impressions of the update in the video above.

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