The mobile gaming platform Steam is bringing back a classic game to its platform this year: Mario, the Nintendo game franchise that has long been the go-to platform for many in the gaming industry.

According to the Steam Community, a group that manages and hosts the popular online platform for gamers, the company will be releasing the game, Mario Tennis Open, this fall.

The game will be available for free, but will cost $10.99 per month.

The company says the new version will include a “thousands of new features” as well as “new, redesigned controls.”

The announcement comes just a few weeks after the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Steam.

The title has been a smash hit with both players and critics alike.

The original game sold over three million copies in its first week on sale.

The new version is expected to be similar to the original, but without the online multiplayer mode.

The brand-new version of Mario Tennis will also include a free DLC pack called “Mario Golf: The Official Collection,” which was previously available only on the Nintendo 3DS version of the game.

Mario Tennis 8 Deluxe also includes a host of improvements over its predecessor, including improved AI, more realistic physics and an improved version of its trademark par-3-par-5 game.