The Super Mario 3D All-Star Game has officially appeared on Nintendo Switch, and there are already updates waiting for players to choose. The 1.0.1 patch for the collection has now been released, but in terms of updates, this is a fairly small patch, mainly with some fixes and improvements.
According to the patch notes on the Nintendo support website, the 1.0.1 update of the 3D All-Star Game improves the screen display of the Super Mario Galaxy two-player co-star mode. In addition, the patch also carries out some unspecified fixes to “improve the overall gaming experience.” You can read the full patch notes below.
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The release of Mario 3D All-Stars is part of the 35th anniversary celebration of Nintendo Super Mario, but there are more games and activities on the way. Super Classic Mario Bros. 35, a classic version of NES inspired by Battle Royale, will be launched on October 1 for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, while Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury (an extended Switch port for Wii U games) ) Is being released early next year.
Other Switch games will also host various Mario-themed events. Splatoon 2 will host a Mario-themed Splatfest in January, and Mario Furniture will participate in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in March. In November this year, Super Mario Maker 2 will also hold the 35th anniversary Ninji Speedrun course.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars Version 1.0.1 Patch Notes
- Improved the screen display when using Co-Star mode in Super Mario Galaxy.
- Some other issues have been fixed to improve the overall gaming experience.
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