Like them or not, day-one updates have actually become basic practice for a great deal of major computer game releases in recent years. Even Nintendo’s 3-in-1 anniversary collection Super Mario 3D All-Stars will prompt users to update it when it introduces this Friday.
This details comes through GoNintendo, which also notes how this spot bumps the video game approximately Version 1.0.1:
“We’re not quite sure what the upgrade does, as patch notes are yet to be shared. We do understand that it bumps the video game approximately Version 1.0.1.”
While you’ll most likely have the ability to play the game right out of the box, you’ll still probably desire to update to this latest variation. Our guess is it’s some little bug repairs here and there to a little enhance the general experience.
To put it simply, don’t expect this to spot in Super Mario Galaxy 2 – although we’re all for it (if you’re checking out, Nintendo).