Super Mario 3D World Is Coming To Switch In 2021 (Video)

Super Mario 3D World

Super Mario 3D World is coming to Nintendo Switch on February 12th, 2021 alongside Bowser’s Fury. I’m sure we’re not the only ones losing our minds, but take a look at the trailer from the Nintendo YouTube Channel below:

Super Mario 3D World was originally released on Wii U as an exclusive game in 2013 and as the Wii U fizzled out, so did the game. It was the first multiplayer 3D version of a Mario game for the Wii U console and supported up to four players giving you the ability to chose from Mario, Luigi, Toad or Princess Peach as a player controlled character. The trailer follows the gang as they platform there way through obstacles, slide their way through tubes, gather coins all in their attempt to track down Bowser for his latest stint of mischief. They also can be seen dressed as cats, which is the icing on the proverbial cake.

Not much is know about Bowser’s Fury outside of the ominous and stormy trailer towards the end of the video that highlights a sea side map and ends on a statue of some sort.

This is just one of a few exciting surprises for the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario Bros. franchise. They are also releasing limited edition Nintendo Switch controllers which you can learn more about here.

Will you be partaking in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury on Switch? What’s your favorite part of the Super Mario 35th Anniversary directive? Sound off in the comments below! As always don’t forget to follow the Don’t Feed The Gamers twitter for the latest updates on gaming news and more!

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Raven, as she is so often called, is a mom, waifu, weeb, gamer, nerd and an AGGRESSIVE LURKER. She enjoys writing, streaming, failing at most games and laughing as she does so.

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