Nintendo recently launched Super Mario Run on iOS devices, and although it’s pulling in pretty good money early on, Nintendo’s stock has taken a substantial hit. This is partially due to the fact that some investors are unhappy that Super Mario Run doesn’t feature microtransactions like Pokémon GO and other lucrative mobile apps. Super Mario Run features 24 levels and two extra modes for a one-time payment of $10, and according to Nintendo, that’s how things are going to stay.
Some fans have expressed that they’re expecting or hoping that Nintendo will release additional levels for free, and some investors would love to see more paid content introduced into the game. The Wall Street Journal spoke with Nintendo about that possibility, and they were told that the company has no plans for any additional content, either free or paid. Nintendo executives could change their minds at some point, but for now, what you see is what you get.
Source: The Wall Street Journal