It has been a week since the release of Super Mario Bros. 35, and the game seems to be setting out to become a staple of the Nintendo Switch Online service, as a lot of players are enjoying the game daily.
While the game doesn’t suffer from any major issue, there are still a few bugs that are making the experience not as enjoyable as it could be. Some of them, however, are no longer an issue.
Today, Nintendo released the first ever Super Mario Bros. 35 patch. The new patch fixes an issue where enemies continued to appear despite the player not moving forward, an icon displaying issue and other general fixes. Full patch notes can be found on Nintendo’s Official Website.
Super Mario Bros. 35 is an amazing take on the battle royale genre that is so popular today, pitting 35 players against one another and challenging them to survive until everyone else has lost. Killing enemies will send them into other players’ games, forcing them to adapt to the situation and use all of the game’s power-ups to their maximum potential.
Super Mario Bros. 35 is now available on Nintendo Switch for all Online service subscribers.