New 'Super Mario Odyssey' Hint Art Location: Where to Find Secret Event

Nintendo released a brand new Hint Art for Super Mario Odyssey on its official Twitter account. This new Hint Art in Super Mario Odyssey is not a screenshot of a location in one of the worlds but of a sketch using shapes.

This new Hint Art may be difficult to decipher, but once you discover the answer, it becomes very clear what the image means. Check out the new Super Mario Odyssey Hint Art from Nintendo's Twitter below before we get into the location and the event that is triggered.

New Hint Art is here! Use the hint in this image to help you find where treasure is buried. Do a Ground Pound in the right place and you’ll get something good! #SuperMarioOdyssey

— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 15, 2018

If you want to figure out the new Super Mario Odyssey Hint Art on your own, don't proceed any further, as we'll go into the location and what actually happens when you get there.

The location the Hint Art refers to is under the smaller floating pyramid in Tostarena. Simply walk underneath it, you'll see the pyramid's shadow on the red sand, and stomp on it. This will reveal a small 8-bit Luigi that produces 236 gold coins for Mario to use.

Check out Tristan Cooper of Dorkly's tweet, showing the event with the small Luigi.

Nintendo posted some new hint art for Mario Odyssey -- if you stomp under the small pyramid in Tostarena, a little 8-bit Luigi pops out

— Tristan Cooper (@TristanACooper) March 15, 2018

Hint Art in Super Mario Odyssey is scattered throughout the various worlds of the game, revealing locations of Power Moons that are completely hidden otherwise. This new Hint Art was actually discovered by dataminers at the end of February when the game was updated.

The data revealed 20 pieces of Hint Art, including the one Nintendo posted on its Twitter account. The data also signified that there was kanji for "temporary" present, so the Hint Art may be timed. However, Nintendo didn't specify if the new Hint Art it revealed was temporary, so it's safe to assume that the hidden location is here to stay.

Were you able to figure out the new Super Mario Odyssey Hint Art on your own? Do you like this periodic release of Hint Art from Nintendo? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.