After concerns the plucky little guy had been left out, word began to spread online if you simply held the "L" or "ZL" button on your controller while selecting the Yellow Toad in the character menu, the blue one would appear.
Like the Wii U version before it, New Super Mario Bros. Both Switch and 3DS are getting quite a few, like Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (Available on the Switch) and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey (Available on the 3DS). U Deluxe revelations, you will have no doubt have heard Blue Toad is in fact in the game. We'll see what happens in the future, but for now, we've got New Super Mario Bros U. Deluxe to work through. The latter two are toted by Nintendo as ideal characters for "younger or less-experienced players". With 164 levels and numerous hidden secrets, it's the ideal game to play at home or on the go. When playing as Nabbit, you won't be hurt by enemies and can earn extra 1UPs at the end of stages.
With the Super Crown, Peachette can perform double jumps, float through the air, and to top it all off, you will bounce up from the dead if you manage to fall down a pit. U Deluxe secret character back into the fray.
Four players can compete on the local multiplayer function. U Deluxe you can't have a team consisting of Yellow and Blue Toad. For more information about the game, visit http://newsupermariobrosu.nintendo.com/. We don't know why, but the crown turns Toadette into a unusual version of Princess Peach that makes the game very easy for those new to platformers or the Mario series in general. It also includes an original new mode starring everyone's favorite son of the famous Koopa King, Bowser Jr., as he gathers an army, creates formations, supports his allies with an arsenal of moves and generally causes chaos (in the best way possible). You'll have to select one or the other, but they both have the same abilities.