A new notification in Super Mario Maker 2 reveals that players are now allowed to upload double the amount of courses than they previously could.
Super Mario Maker 2 was released on June 28 and received very positive reviews. A sequel to the original Mario Maker on the Wii U, Mario Maker 2 allows players to create Mario courses using similar assets that are found in the games. You can use the same settings, enemies, and power-ups from the games to create your level.
Super Mario Maker 2 was a big success for Nintendo when it was first released, though several gamers found some of the limitations in the game disappointing. This includes the mediocre online play and the relatively low amount of courses that players can upload. You can only upload 32 courses.
However, a new notification in Super Mario Maker 2 reveals that the number of courses that gamers can upload has now doubled. Nintendo Life has a screenshot of the new notification, which reads “The maximum number of courses that you can upload has been increased from 32 to 64 courses”.
The notification also reveals that Nintendo plans to raise the course upload limit one more time.