The video features footage directly from the game, along with different levels. There are Boos, the raccoon costume, and other pieces of the classic and modern Mario games.
There aren’t many details released, but what is known is that players will be able to share levels online. There will be a limit depending on the ratings that the individual creator gets. This can help to increase quality stages and limit the number of poorly made ones.
What is also known is that not all the content will be available in the beginning of the game. Players will have to unlock it, but the method is yet to be revealed.
Super Mario Maker will be available on the Wii U this September.