Recently, we were fortunate enough to take a moment to try the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2 and we are happy to report that it manages to be quite a tasty treat . Of course, it would not be a Nintendo game without any inexplicable little detail or quirk that seems to go against received wisdom and / or common sense.
Super Mario Maker 2 has online competitive and collaborative play; this is a good thing, however, Nintendo has revealed quite a confusing detail about online games with friends: It seems … you can't.
Locally, you can play up to four players co-op games on the same system and competitive game where you have a console and a copy of the game each and a pair of up to four systems wirelessly. However, a Nintendo Treehouse Rep has confirmed the Nintendo World Report that possible compromises arising from matchmaking via global leaderboards should you and your chums play online against strangers means playing with friends not in the immediate vicinity is away the cards. Okayyy . This also applies (inexplicably) to online co-op games that do not involve leaderboards.
So once again ̵
We expected some weird reservations to come to the surface when we discovered more about the game, and Nintendo has not disappointed. Remember when you could not share your Super Mario Maker 3DS levels online at all? The silver garment here is that we have seen the company patch in features after launch with the original game, so if there is sufficient demand, we could well see a change. But to repeat, it seems you can't play with your friends in Super Mario Maker 2 online.
We're a little confused, so we're just out to have a little lie. Let us know your thoughts on these enchanting revelations below.