Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury goes online before launch - beware of spoilers

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury goes online before launch - beware of spoilers
There are very few days left until the launch of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, but apparently some have not really been able to wait. According to what was revealed on ResetEra, the new exclusive for Nintendo Switch has already leaked online, and some are already broadcasting the gameplay taken from the additional adventure.

We do not know the identity of those who have got their hands on the copies of the time, nor how they managed to make it. The fact is that surfing the net you may come across spoilers on Bowser + Fury, which represents the highlight of the entire package, an additional adventure that sees Mario collaborate with Bowser Junior with the aim of stopping a Furious Bowser corrupted by a mysterious black substance. Be careful when surfing the net, especially on video sharing and streaming platforms such as YouTube and Twitch.

The problems for the highly secretive Nintendo do not end there, as some data miners have managed to find out some details about the processing of the game . It seems that the final build was finished on November 25 last year, and that the codename of Bowser + Fury during the processing, operated in synergy by Nintendo Software Technology (a US studio) and 1-Up Studio, was "Ocean ". Data miners also report that the collection's online features will be based on the new NPLN multiplayer server system, which replaces the old NEX. The future Monster Hunter Rise should also be based on the new system, for which the recent demo would serve as a load test.

The collection will launch exclusively for Nintendo Switch on Friday 12 February. While you wait, read our preview of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury.

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