Super Mario Bros. 35 just finished its first collaborative world event, ending with moderate success. The event tasked players with defeating 3.5 million Bowsers, but they went beyond that, taking down 5,363,696 Bowsers in total.
As a reward for surpassing the event goal, everyone who participated and defeated at least one Bowser, will receive 350 Platinum points in their My Nintendo account. These points can be used for rewards on the My Nintendo website, like numerous physical items, in-game content, exclusive games and much more.
Nintendo is planning to hold two more World Count Challenge events in February and March. Specifics of those haven’t been revealed just yet.
However, another Special Battle event has already kicked off in Super Mario Bros. 35 . This event is called the Limited-World Battle, featuring random stages taken from World 2,3 or 5. The event is set to end tomorrow at 11:00 p.m. PT/ 2:00 a.m. ET.
Super Mario Bros. 35 released back in October, and is free to download for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers only. Much like Super Mario 3D All-Stars, the game has a limited-time release and will only be available until March 31st.