Nintendo has released a new trailer for “Super Mario Maker.” The Japanese trailer features the newest additional costume, which is for Daisy.

Spotted by DualShockers, the Japanese trailer confirms that the Daisy costume will be available starting Jan. 15 for Japanese “Super Mario Maker” players. So far, there is no release date for the costume yet for those in the West.

The trailer shows off how the costume looks like on Daisy. In addition, the costume can be seen in action with the gameplay trailer. It appears that Princes Daisy has been one of the most long-awaited costumes that will finally debut in “Super Mario Maker.”

Princess Daisy has been the second costume to debut in “Super Mario Maker.” According to Polygon, she quickly follows in the footsteps of the Yamamura costume. This new costume can be unlocked by clearing the latest Event Course in the game.

Over at the official website of the GDC 2016, the list for the nominees of the awards have already been released. Among the big names that have repetitively been mentioned in several of the awards, “Super Mario Maker” has received several nominations and honourable mentions.

“Super Mario Maker” has been nominated for the Innovation Award alongside the likes of “Her Story,” “The Beginner’s Guide,” “Undertale” and a fellow Nintendo franchise, “Splatoon.” GDC 2016 has also noted that the game is an honourable mention in the Best Technology department, together with the likes of “Rise of the Tomb Raider,” “Batman: Arkham Knight” and “Halo 5: Guardians.”

Its other nominations is for Best Design and Game of the Year. All of the winners will be announced at the GDC 2016, happening on March 16 at the San Francisco Moscone Center.

“Super Mario Maker” has already received a couple of updates, one of the more recent of which is the Mercedes-Benz tie-up. Before 2015 ended, Nintendo and Mercedes-Benz sealed a partnership that allowed for a Mercedes-Benz Jump ‘n’ Drive level in “Super Mario Maker.” As fans may have guessed, the level unlocks the car as a free update.

"Super Mario Maker" Daisy costume trailer (Credit: YouTube/Nintendo)