The first of the 48 promised courses for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe are finally here, available in the new pass on Nintendo Switch
The Mario Kart series is one of the most popular in the world and its 165 million copies sold in total testify to this. Recently during the last Nintendo Direct it was announced the arrival of 48 routes for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe taken from the old titles of the series. These new tracks will arrive starting from March 18th with the arrival of the first 8 along with some new trophies to try alone or in the company of your friends.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: here are the first 8 courses coming in March
The new Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Additional Course Pass includes 48 remastered courses from different Mario Kart games, which will be released in six eight-track packs starting March 18 through the end of 2023, for a combined price of 24,99€. The DLC is available for purchase on Nintendo eShop and in stores, but owners of a Nintendo Switch Online + Add-on Pack membership will be able to access its content at no additional cost. The first package will include the Golden Snap Trophy and the Gattofortuna Trophy, which include the routes Paris promenade (Mario Kart Tour), Toad Circuit (Mario Kart 7), Cioccocanyon (Mario Kart 64), Coconut Outlet (Mario Kart Wii), Neon in Tokyo (Mario Kart Tour), Mushroom Hills (Mario Kart DS), Cloud Garden (Mario Kart: Super Circuit) e Cove ninja (Mario Kart Tour), all playable locally and online.
In Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, i best known characters from the Super Mario series such as Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Bowser, as well as characters from other Nintendo series including Link from The Legend of Zelda, Inkling Boy and Inkling Girl from Splatoon, Animal Crossing Fuffi, compete on circuits inspired by the Mushroom Kingdom and not only. Drivers will need to be ready to outrun their rivals by making use of iconic items like the Superstella, which makes players invincible for a short time, and the infamous Thorny Shell, which will chase and attack the player in first position. In addition to the fast-paced racing action, there is the use of antigravity, which allows players to race along the walls of buildings, up astonishing waterfalls and push opponents to launch at high speed.
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