Paper Mario: The Origami King Will Feature A Seamless Open-World

Paper Mario: The Origami King won’t be divided into chapters like previous entries in the series and will instead feature a seamless open-world. In an interview with Game Informer, the development team talked about the open-world setup for the game.

Players are able to see the five streamers holding Princess Peach’s castle hostage and use them as hints to where Mario’s adventure will take him next. Each location features a large map that Mario can traverse across.

“One major feature that makes the world where this adventure takes place special is that there are huge maps to explore at every turn,” says Masahiko Magaya, director at Intelligent Systems. “Because the game is laid out this way, we were careful during the design phase to make sure there is always something in the player’s field of vision to catch their attention.”

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