The main attraction of Super Mario Maker 2's update is the new Zelda content including a Master Sword power-up that makes Mario transform into Link.More news: Facebook's Irish users to trial data transfer service
Your new look isn't just cosmetic - as Link, Mario can use the Master Sword to pull of dash attacks and down thrusts to cut through enemies.
"Using his arrows, Link can shoot far off switches that Mario would normally not be able to hit".
Spike: This classic enemy coughs up massive spike balls and launches them at Mario. "And with bombs, some walls that would normally be impassable by Mario and friends can easily be blown up".More news: Deepika Padukone and Kartik Aaryan groove to Dheeme Dheeme, see video
The Dash Block is only available in the Super Mario 3D World style and gives Mario a major speed burst when stepped on. You have to throw a fireball at it after picking up a flower if you want to collect it. Fire-based enemies can also thaw it.
P Block: When a P Switch is hit in the course, invisible P Blocks temporarily turn into hard platforms, or vice-versa. If used in the snow environment, Spike will toss snowballs instead!
Finally, elsewhere in this update, there's a new speedrun mode. This mode features new courses created by Nintendo.More news: Pakistan rue not being better prepared for Australia conditions
A new update has been announced for Super Mario Maker 2, and it has a number of new course elements that players will be able to do a lot with. Let's hope that Nintendo doesn't stop at just adding the Master Sword because gamers have been asking for a Zelda Maker for years. Only time will tell. Players can even edit the height of each Pokey. You'll see ghosts of other players' runs - represented by Ninji - as you play, giving you an idea of where you need to improve in order to snag the record.