For those wishing for more Super Mario Odyssey kingdoms, or Zelda story content, there might be a glimmer of hope, as Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa has said he wants to see more DLC for existing major titles on Nintendo consoles.
At Nintendo’s latest earnings meeting (as reported by Bloomberg’s Yuji Nakamura), Furukawa said:
“We need continuous growth. We must keep releasing new software. That includes DLCs and other contents for big titles that are already out.”
Many had wondered if the likes of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey would see further updates. Despite announcing and releasing two paid content packs for Zelda, Nintendo has never formally said that it had finished working on the game. The same goes for Super Mario Odyssey, which has had a drip-feed of free content (including the Luigi’s Balloon World update), but no paid expansions.