Version 1.1.1. is rolling out to Switch users now and adds support for the N64 controller in Super Mario 64 only, according to Nintendo.
3D All-Stars – which includes Super Mario 64, Sunshine and Galaxy – was billed as a limited-time release and was pulled from digital and most store shelves in April.
Nintendo’s limited-time All-Stars release is reportedly designed to fuel a fear of missing out and drive consumers to buy software re-releases which can be a tough sell.
For Nintendo, the strategy has seemingly been successful so far. Super Mario 3D All-Stars released in September 2020 and sold over 9 million units by March 2021.
On Thursday, Nintendo reported updated Switch hardware and software sales figures as part of its second quarter financial results.
The company said on Thursday that Switch had sold-in (shipped) 92.87 million units as of September 30, 2021 – up 3.83 million units since June 30.