Super Mario Bros. has been leaked. Wonder online, about a week before its official release date.
On Friday, images and videos showing previously unseen sections of the game began being shared widely across social media and private Discord channels. that it claimed The address is being shared illegally on ROM sites, but VGC has been unable to verify the accuracy of this.
At the time of publication, at least three individuals were equal Broadcast the game On Twitch, levels appear beyond what was seen in press previews and official Nintendo originals.
It’s no surprise that those looking to avoid major spoilers ahead of the game’s October 20 release date may want to tread carefully on social media over the next few days.
It’s not the first time a first-party Nintendo Switch game has been leaked in this way. Previously, Pokemon Legends: Arceus, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, and Shining Pearl were in public hands approximately two weeks before their release.
Earlier this year, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom also appeared on ROM sharing sites about two weeks before its official release.
Los Angeles-based voice actor Kevin Afghan was announced on Friday as the new voice of Mario and Luigi in Super Mario Bros. Wonder.
Nintendo announced this summer that Charles Martinet — who has voiced Mario for more than 25 years — would be stepping down from the role, but did not announce who would replace him.
“So proud to have voiced Mario and Luigi in Super Mario Bros. Wonder,” Afghani wrote. “Thank you Nintendo for inviting me to the Flower Kingdom!”
In a video posted by Nintendo last month, Charles Martinet and Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto discussed Martinet’s new role as a “Mario ambassador.”
Martinet said the role would require “traveling the world, sharing the joy of Mario’s family, and being able to continue to meet all the amazing fans, who I cherish so dearly.”
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