The Super Mario 3D All-Stars collection will add inverted camera controls in a future update coming in November, following fan complaints.
Confirmed in a tweet from the Nintendo of Europe Twitter account, we see pictures of the inverted camera options in the settings menu for Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy.
Update Ver.1.1.0 will be added on November 17, and includes options to invert the camera both in third- and first-person modes separately. Inverted camera controls have been requested by fans ever since the game launched without them, so this is a welcome addition for Nintendo fans.
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) October 27, 2020
For more on Super Mario 3D All-Stars, check out our analysis of all three ports to see how they hold up against the original games. If you’re playing through Super Mario 64, here’s a guide to every secret star in the castle, so you can achieve the full set.
The Super Mario 3D All-Stars Collection is available as part of a limited physical release and digitally on Nintendo Switch until March 2021, after which it will be removed from the eShop.