The Super Mario 3D remasters are starting to become one of gaming’s worst kept secrets of 2020, as industry insiders are constantly talking about them, and Nintendo is still to announce them. This, however, seems to be changing very soon.
Over the past few days, several industry insiders, including Emily Rogers and Jeff Grubb, are hinting that the announcement is coming soon. True Gaming’s Omar Al-Amoudi claims that we will finally hear more about them this week.
Earlier this week, another YouTuber with a great track record, Nate the Hate, revealed that the Super Mario 3D remasters will likely be announced soon, possibly even on September 13th, the day Mario actually turns 35. These remasters were supposed to be released during this month, but the current pandemic forced Nintendo to change its plans.
The Super Mario 3D remasters collection is rumored to be positioned as the 3D version of the classic Super Mario: All-Stars, which included the four first entries in the series released on the Nintendo NES and Super Mario World, released on the SNES.
The 3D collection is rumored to include Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Super Mario 3D World, originally released on the Wii U, will apparently be released as a standalone game down the line. None of this information has been confirmed, so the only thing we can do right now is wait for this highly-anticipated announcement, which hopefully will happen soon as all these insiders are suggesting. Fingers crossed!