Like them or not, day-one updates have grown to be standard practice with regard to a lot of major video gaming releases in recent years. Also Nintendo’s 3-in-1 anniversary collection Super Mario 3D All-Stars will fast users to update it whenever it’s released this particular Friday.
This information comes via GoNintendo, which also notes how this patch bumps the overall game up in order to Version 1.0.1:
“We’re not quite certain what the update does, since patch notes are yet in order to be shared. We do understand that it bumps the overall game upward to Version 1.0.1.”
While you’ll most probably be able to play the particular game right from the box, you are going to probably still want to upgrade to this latest version. Whilst there’s obviously no information regarding it, we’re expecting some refined changes every now and then to slightly improve the overall experience.
In other words, don’t expect Manufacturers to patch in Super Mario Galaxy 2 – although wish all for it (if if you’re reading, Nintendo).