When Nintendo announced Super Mario Odyssey alongside the Nintendo Switch reveal, it felt like a breath of fresh air. Sure, the Wii U had New Super Mario Bros U, Mario Maker and the excellent platforming of Super Mario 3D world — but the open-world exploration mechanics of Sunshine, Galaxy and Super Mario 64 skipped Nintendo’s last console. When Nintendo teased Odyssey as a refreshing return to form, it didn’t give us a lot to go on. We knew Mario would explore a earth-like metropolis named New Donk City. We knew he could dance. We knew he had a magic hat. Now, we know when we’ll be able to play it all: Today at E3, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Odyssey would launch on October 27th.