Super Mario Party reveals Sound Stage, Challenge Road, and Online Mariothon modes

New footage and screenshots.

Super Mario Party

Nintendo has announced new details about its upcoming Super Mario Party for Switch.

Here are the tidbits of information:

Shake the Joy-Con controller and get your body grooving in Sound Stage.

Dive into the series’ first four-player co-op mode: River Survival.

Toad’s Rec Room cleverly connects two systems.

The four-player board game mode that fans love is back and full of new features. By rolling character-specific dice blocks with alternate numberings, you can make a game-changing comeback. Every last mini-game is brand new—all 80 of them.

For a party of one, check out the new single-player modes. You can play through a series of mini-games to complete specific tasks in Challenge Road.

Complete against players around the world in the Online Mariothon mini-game mode and more.

Super Mario Party is due out for Switch on October 5.

Watch the latest footage below (from 19:57 to 21:05). View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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