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

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Nintendo announced a free update coming to Super Mario Odyssey. But for those still enjoying their adventures with Cappy in Super Mario Odyssey, there's a little something for you as well. The second mode is Find It, where players will attempt to find balloons hidden by other players. The new content will include a minigame-Luigi's Balloon World-hosted by Luigi, as well as new costumes and photo filters. Once players download the free update and complete the main story, Balloon World will become available.

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In the "hide it" mode, you race against the 30-second timer to conceal balloons in the hardest to find places on the board. In "Find It" mode, players have the same amount of time to locate balloons hidden by other players from around the world. Here are the Sunshine Shades and Sunshine Outfit, the Musician Hat and Musician Outfit, and the Knight Helmet and Armor. By finding balloons faster or by hiding balloons better players will move up in rank. The free update will be coming to Super Mario Odyssey in February. Will you be giving Balloon World a go? Who knows if further kingdoms will be unlocked in the next year, but we certainly hope that's the case!

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