Presented in a 4:3 aspect ratio, the mode only has 20 players with Skyway and the Spin Attack removed and turbo boost being single-use.
Though still multiplayer, Classic Mode will see players participating in 20-player races with rules matching the original SNES title.
Ver.1.3.1 also fixes minor issues and makes "additional adjustments" to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S and PS4 versions.
The remake is available now for Nintendo Switch and offers new gameplay mechanics, revamped visuals and cutscenes, and much more.
The RPG remake debuted at No. 2 in the weekly Japanese charts, selling over 301,000 physical units at launch.
"But it seems like I may have to take the full saga to the grave with me," says Kamiya, who directed the original Bayonetta game.
Until the patch arrives, Nintendo has offered a workaround for players to avoid progress from being blocked.
Though previous reports have suggested that the console would be capable of upscaled 4K, it's now been claimed that might not be the case.
The patch is a pretty minor one, making adjustments to heart points and, intriguingly enough, the game's staff credits.
The fan-favourite Rare-developed shooter, which originally launched for N64 in 1999, will soon be available on the subscription service.
The remake of the iconic SNES role-playing game offers new combat mechanics, like the Triple Move, an orchestral soundtrack and more.
Several other new releases also debuted in the top 20 for the month, including Assassin's Creed Mirage, Sonic Superstars, and Forza Motorsport.
Konami is also investigating issues like Trophies for Metal Gear 1 and 2 and Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 not unlocking on PS4.
Famitsu awards the remake a 34 out of 40, praising the visuals and new mechanics. It's out on November 17th for Nintendo Switch.
The development team has previously provided support on a number of major Nintendo titles, including the likes of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
The showcase will feature "roughly" 20 minutes of new announcements and updates for upcoming Nintendo Switch indie titles.
"I know we face an extremely high hurdle in producing a film that will not disappoint the global fan base," says Shigeru Miyamoto.
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Nintendo also revealed that over 100 million users have played the Switch in the last 12 months despite the platform being in its seventh year.
"We would like to continue to see many consumers play Nintendo Switch and to maintain our business momentum," said president Shuntaro Furukawa.