Super Mario Odyssey to get free 'Luigi's Balloon World' add-on

by Linda Olson January 12, 2018, 0:26
Super Mario Odyssey to get free 'Luigi's Balloon World' add-on

Hide and seek for Mario and Luigi.

Nintendo has unveiled some free Super Mario Odyssey DLC, with the upcoming update introducing Luigi's Balloon World to the game. The first is called Hide It, which gives players 30 seconds to hide balloons throughout the world.

In addition to these new online modes, Super Mario Odyssey will add a few new updates to expand the usage of the game's features.

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Players have the chance to move up in rank by finding hidden balloons and becoming expert hiders - placing balloons that people will struggle to discover within the time limit.

There's a competitive side to this fun activity, for finding balloons quickly as well as hiding them in hard to reach spots enable players to move up in the rankings. Snapshot Mode will add a bunch of new filters, including a neon filter and a coin filter. Here are the Sunshine Shades and Sunshine Outfit, the Musician Hat and Musician Outfit, and the Knight Helmet and Armor.

The free update seems to be a great way for players to continue to milk the joy out of such a stellar title. Who knows if further kingdoms will be unlocked in the next year, but we certainly hope that's the case!

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