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Forums - Nintendo Discussion - New Super Mario Odyssey Costumes Data-Mined from the 1.2.0 Update

Nintendo isn’t done with updates for Super Mario Odyssey. It’s unclear if the game will be getting any additional free modes or paid DLC in the future, but there are at least new costumes on the way.

Thanks to last week’s update, which added Luigi’s Balloon World, we may have a pretty good idea as to what Nintendo has planned. Dataminers have plucked through the files from version 1.2.0 and have found many new hats and costumes – complete with their descriptions.

As unearthed by SciresM, these costumes have been discovered (note: Link was apparently present previously, but has been removed as of the latest update, making it unlikely for release):

Hat NameHat DescriptionOutfit NameOutfit Description
Batting Helmet A right-hander’s batting helmet in bright red. Baseball Uniform Whether you play baseball or not, you’ve got to admit those pinstripes are snazzy.
Conductor Wig A wig that reminds one of the greatest (and baldest?) conductors. Conductor Outfit An outfit designed for the tiny part of all of us that wants to wave a stick at musicians.
Link Hat A hat from a far-off land. Link Suit This outfit from another land comes complete with back accessories (sadly nonremovable).
Racing Helmet A helmet that’ll get you pumped up for drafting and hairpin turns. Racing Outfit You will enjoy driving more if you’re wearing this outfit, guaranteed.
Santa Hat Another red hat beloved by children. Santa Outfit The only thing this outfit is missing is a big bag of power-up items for the kids.
Satellaview Helmet A memento of some forgotten service. Satellaview Suit This outfit represents what the future used to look like.
Zombie Headwear A masterwork of practical effects. Zombie Outfit When an outfit crosses the line between “distressed” and “undead.”
8-Bit Mario Cap A hat that takes you back to where it all began. N/A N/A
Hariet Hat A hat you should not wear until after thoroughly checking it for explosives. Hariet Suit An outwardly lovely gown, the interior structure has rotted away and is holding on by a thread.
Rango Hat A near-perfect replica of Rango’s hat…except for the awesome saw blades and trampoline capability. Sigh… Rango Suit A humble outfit that does the job effectively, if not glamorously. Or efficiently. Or smartly. Or even not-dumbly.
Spewart Hat A hat you should definitely wash thoroughly before wearing, given Spewart’s…hobbies. Spewart Suit An outfit that reminds one of school days—of reading, of writing, and of full-body finger painting.
Topper Hat A hat that practically demands to be stacked up on top of identical copies of itself and swung dangerously about. Topper Suit A cheap knockoff of a fancy, tailored suit. Smells of carrots and broken promises.

Keep in mind that all of these costumes are not absolutely guaranteed to be added in later. Nintendo has not yet officially announced which new hats and outfits are releasing in the future.

We also heard yesterday that new Hint Art has seemingly been discovered in Super Mario Odyssey’s latest update. You can read about those findings here.


Last edited by Green098 - on 28 February 2018

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that's interesting.... more Amiibo or DLC?


fedfed said:
that's interesting.... more Amiibo or DLC?

I'd hope free DLC rather than hiding tiny cosmetic things behind amiibo. Yoshiaki Koizumi was interviewed by Game Informer and didn't rule out further DLC - though I think he was discussing more substantial DLC (like new kingdoms) rather than more costumes.