Mario Party Superstars DLC Rumored In a New Survey
Mario Party Superstars could get potential DLC in the future as hinted in a survey that is being sent to select users on YouTube.
While this in itself is not a confirmation of a DLC being in development, this has happened in the past before the new Wario Ware game was announced when a similar survey asked users if they wanted a new Wario Ware game.
Nintendo may be conducting this survey to gauge the response of users, but this could also be a random survey that leads to no outcome. The promoted survey had a question asking the user: “Next time you buy a downloadable content pack, which one are you most likely to buy?” The choices given were Hot Wheels Unleashed, Mario Kart 8 DLC, Animal Crossing New Home: Happy Home Paradise, and Mario Party Superstars DLC.
Mario Party Superstars is the latest game in the series to launch on the Nintendo Switch, and it is the second one on the platform so far. It brings some of the classic Mario Party boards into the mix with up to five playable boards.
Mario Party Superstars was preceded by Super Mario Party. While it never received any DLC, it did get a free update post-launch that added online multiplayer. The design of Mario Party Superstars does open it for potentially new DLCs later down the line including new boards and minigames.
Here is some information on the game taken from the Nintendo eShop.
Calling all superstars! The Mario Party™ series is back with 5 classic boards from the Nintendo 64 Mario Party games. Race to get the most stars (and sabotage your opponents) on boards like the stellar Space Land or the spooky Horror Land! Party at your own pace by suspending a game and picking up right where you left off! The tides can turn quickly in Mario Party, so stay vigilant, partygoers. All modes can be played online*, too!
Play 100 classic minigames from the Nintendo 64 and Nintendo GameCube™ games and more in Mt. Minigames!
Try your hand at a superstar collection of minigames from throughout the Mario Party series. Whether you are saving up coins for stars in board game mode or enjoy one of the 7 modes included in Mt. Minigames, there is nothing quite like being the last one standing in Bumper Balls or the first team making it out of the darkness in Dungeon Duos. All minigames are played with button controls, so you can stick to the Joy-Con™ controller or bust out the Nintendo Switch™ Pro Controller or a Nintendo Switch Lite system.
Mario Party Superstars is available now for the Nintendo Switch.