In an in-game message sent to players on Wednesday, the company confirmed the course upload limit has been increased from 32 to 64 courses per user.
Nintendo also said it will raise the course limit “one more time” in the future.
Mario Maker 2 players are expecting an update enabling online multiplayer between friends in the future too, but there was no word on that in Wednesday’s update.
At launch, Mario Maker 2 doesn’t support online play with friends, only random players.
It was initially claimed limiting multiplayer to just random players would avoid ‘compromising’ the game’s global leaderboards, although Nintendo has seemingly changed its stance since the feature was first implemented.
According to NPD Group, Super Mario Maker 2 set a new record high for launch month sales of a Mario Maker title, surpassing both the September 2015 release of Super Mario Maker and the December 2016 release of Super Mario Maker 3DS.
The Switch exclusive was the best selling game in the US for the month of June.