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11 January 2018, 09:22 | Justin Tyler
One major character that didn't even make an appearance was poor, neglected Luigi.
In case you've somehow managed to work your way through Super Mario Odyssey's considerable content offerings and are looking for more to do in the game, you'll be thrilled to hear that Nintendo has just announced the first post-release content update for Odyssey. The second mode is Find It, where players will attempt to find balloons hidden by other players. Soon, players will be able to dress Mario up in Sunshine Shades and accompanying outfit, clearly inspired by Super Mario Sunshine.
Super Mario Odyssey released back in October to critical acclaim and commercial success, and Switch owners won't have to wait too long for more of the beloved Italian plumber with new content heading to the game next month.
The Super Mario Odyssey update will also see the addition of three new costumes, including a Super Mario Sunshine-themed shirt and glasses, knight armor and a musician's outfit.
Along with this update will be new outfits, and snapshot filters. Game Rant even gave its stamp of approval with a flawless score in our review of the game. And there are others, like speedrunners, who have created some very unconventional records for players to beat. Talk to him and you can play Balloon World in one of two ways: either go into "Hide It" mode and you'll have 30 seconds to stash a balloon somewhere in the stage, or pick "Find It" mode and choose another player's balloon to try and sniff out in the same length of time.
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