Super Mario Party released last year, and the game sold well, but no post-launch DLC was released. In fact, since its October 2018 release, Nintendo has not done much with the game.
Dataminers have now gone through the game’s coding, and have discovered some interesting things. The game’s code contains things such as “Core_GetStreamingInstallDLCStatus”, “SeasonPass” and “DLC1”, indicating that Nintendo had planned a Season Pass and DLC at some point in the game’s development.
There was also an unused board discovered, which would’ve been city-themed.
About Super Mario Party
Super Mario Party is a party video game developed by NDcube and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. The eleventh main instalment in the Mario Party series, it was released worldwide on 5 October 2018. As of 31 March 2019, the game has sold 6.40 million copies.
The traditional gameplay of the older Mario Party games returns in Super Mario Party, after the previous two games’ departure from the established form. The standard game mode, Party Mode, features up to four players taking turns and navigating the board in search of stars while competing against one another in a variety of minigames.
Be sure to also checkout out our review of Super Mario Party; https://www.nintendoreporters.com/en/reviews/nintendoswitch/super-mario-party/