After March 31, 2021, it will not be possible to download the courses, but it is will Courses downloaded before service shutdown can still be played.
While you would think most fans of the game would have moved on to the sequel now, there is one player by the name of Braden.Chinchumbradine“ Moore is still trying to complete one round of his insanely difficult path, so they can upload it to the game’s servers before it closes next March.
This same person has already spent “3,353 hours” over the course of more than four years trying to beat his level, Death Trials:
Here’s what Moore has been telling VICE since Nintendo announced that it would shut down the game’s servers last week:
“Some people saw that [Mario Maker 2] As a deadline where a large portion of the community will inevitably move. The project was always intended to be a personal challenge, but that was the turning point as I fully realized it. And while most of the community eventually left the game behind, all the support around me remained. ”
“People again definitely get pulled to try to get this thing before loading is no longer an option, but if it doesn’t happen in time for it then the real ultimate goal of clearing the level will happen. Not many people have ever lined up to play the level for themselves. They’re all together. They just want to see clearly what’s happening, and whether it’s on the servers or not it will be. “
If Moore doesn’t beat the March 31 deadline, as mentioned above – the goal is to continue setting the course. Then, a “complete overview” of death experiences will be released for those who want to recreate them.