Update (Friday, September 18, 2020 01:15 BST): First update for Super Mario 3D All Star Has arrived. As expected, version 1.0.1 has some fixes and adjustments.
When co-star mode is played in, the display is pulled out Super Mario Galaxy And other fixes do “some issues” to make the experience more comfortable but do not indicate what has actually been fixed. The full patch notes are here (thanks, Nintendo everything):
Revenge. 1.0.1 – Released September 18, 2020
– Fixed / adjusted display in Super Mario Galaxy while playing in Co-Star mode.
– To help you play the game more comfortably, we have also fixed some issues.
Have you updated your copy of Super Mario 3D All-Stars to version 1.0.1 yet? Notice something else? Tell us below.
Original article (Thu September 17, 2020 05:30 BST): Like it or not, Day One updates have become the standard practice for many Major Video games released in recent years. Even Nintendo’s 3-in-1 anniversary. The collection also Super Mario 3D All Star Will ask users to update it when it launches this Friday.
This information comes from Gonantindo, who also notes how this patch extends the game to version 1.0.1:
“We’re not sure what the update does, as patch notes are yet to be shared. We know this will block the game until version 1.0.1.”
While you’ll probably be able to play the game out of the box, you’ll still want to update to this new version. We guess there are a few small bug fixes to enhance the overall experience a bit.
In other words, don’t expect to get into it Super Mario Galaxy 2 – Although we are all for it (if you are reading, Nintendo).