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Mario 3D All-Stars digital redemption codes will still work after April

Breathe a little easier.

While access to purchase Super Mario 3D All-Stars will cease from 1 April 2021, Nintendo has advised that digital redemption codes can still be redeemed after that date.

Though both physical and digital copies will be pulled from Nintendo-managed store shelves at the end of March, Nintendo told VGC that purchased digital codes can be redeemed “after April”.

“The Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary campaign will end at the end of March 2021,” Nintendo reiterated on Twitter. “With the end of the campaign, the production, sales and services of some products will also end.”

It’s likely that retailers that aren’t under direct control by Nintendo will be able to sell both physical and digital copies of the game until the stock they possess runs out, but those who really want 3D All-Stars are advised to pull the trigger on a purchase sooner than later.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is currently available on Nintendo Switch. We reviewed it here.

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