Last month, Nintendo ran its last Ninji Speedrun event for Super Mario Maker 2. It officially marked the end of its ongoing support for the game.
Despite this, it seems the community of Super Mario Maker 2 is still busy constructing courses - with a post on Nintendo's Japanese webpage revealing players have now created more than 26 million courses since the game was released on the Switch in 2019.
The last course figure update before this was in September 2020, when it was revealed players had uploaded more than 20 million courses. 26 million courses and counting isn't bad for a game that delivered its last major content update in April 2020.
Are you still building courses in Super Mario Maker 2? How many have you uploaded so far? What do you think about Nintendo moving on from this game so soon? Share your thoughts down below.