It seemed like an aggressively taunting move of Nintendo (on par with Twitter using Waluigi as an example offender), offering a glimpse of the goods while holding off on the real deal. In "Find It" mode, players have the same amount of time to locate balloons hidden by other players from around 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. Players should simply talk to Luigi to start one of two competitive modes; Hide It mode and Find It mode.
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The long hoped for Nintendo Direct was dropped on us like a Beyoncé album this morning and with it, among lots of other insane news, came the announcement of a free update to Super Mario Odyssey. In the former, the player has 30 seconds to hide a balloon anywhere within the Kingdom they've began the mode in. The free update will be coming to Super Mario Odyssey in February.
Along with the Balloon World content, the update will also include new Snapshot filters and new costumes. Super Mario Odyssey is available on Nintendo Switch.