Nintendo featured Super Mario Maker 2 during its first day of Nintendo Treehouse at E3 2019. During the stream, Nintendo’s senior producer Takashi Tezuka was a guest and while he was there he gave new details on the game.
Takahi Tezuka confirmed the Super Maker Mario 2 will receive a post-launch update that will allow players to play online with their friends.
Mr. Tezuka has confirmed that the ability to play online multiplayer with friends is coming to #SuperMarioMaker2 in a future update. Stay tuned for more information to come. https://t.co/oxGuEcJ8Om pic.twitter.com/1AfK1vEGIe
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 11, 2019
Originally the game wouldn’t let you play with your friends and Nintendo got a lot of complaints from the community. Especially since this isn’t the first time that Nintendo had made decisions like this for their online games like Splatoon 2.
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