I think it will. Mario Maker is the only Wii U game that still has an active community and that community will quickly (have to) switch over to the new title. If Nintendo can highlight to the not-so-hardcore new Switch owners that you can play a lot of levels and not just create them, this will be an evergreen title. The audience of people who want to make Mario levels may be limited. But the audience of people who want to play them is huge.