from Dominik Zwingmann
Nintendo will probably release the supposed remaster collection of Super Mario 3D classics a little later than planned. According to insiders, the package will only appear for Nintendo Switch towards the end of the year. This means that the collection is missing a timely release for its 35th anniversary in two weeks. An announcement could still be made.

For almost half a year there have been rumors that Nintendo is currently working on a collection of 3D classics from the time that will be released as a new edition for Nintendo Switch. According to previous details, there are supposedly Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy in the package. Insiders now claim that the date for the collection has been postponed. Accordingly, the unveiling was planned as part of E3. However, the pandemic has thrown everything upside down.

Nintendo wanted to release the package as the Super Mario 35th Anniversary Collection for the anniversary of the Nintendo mascot. Because the birthday on September 13th is now imminent, a release of the collection is excluded. According to insiders, there could at least be an announcement in the next few days. The collection itself will not be available until the end of the year. The insiders also speak of a special edition of the Nintendo Switch in Super Mario design.

As usual, these rumors should be treated with caution for the time being. If there are further details about the collection, you will of course find out directly from us. For almost a year now, fans have been waiting for a new main edition of Nintendo Direct. Recently there has been speculation on the Internet on this subject. Currently, only games from partners were presented in two Nintendo Direct Minis. In addition to the collection, there will also be a deluxe version of Super Mario 3D World.

Source: VGC

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