mario kart 8 deluxe Fans can already look forward to the fact that eight more tracks for the popular racing game will be available starting August 4 as part of the Track Pass Booster for Nintendo Switch. The second wave of paid add-on content includes the deliciously sweet Ice Cream Escape, a new track in the Mario Kart series.
Players will also be able to marvel at the neon lights of Mario Kart Tour’s New York Speedway and zoom through a giant pinball machine at the DS Waluigi Pinball Course, to name just a few tracks. Second wave players compete in the Beet Cup and Propeller Cup. Fast and familiar tracks from Mario Kart games for Super NES, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS and Wii, as well as Mario Kart Tour, await you. for smart devices. Kart drivers can compete against each other on all tracks, either through the local connection or online.
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Here is an overview of wave 2 of the Booster Track Pass for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch.
- Tour the New York speedway: On this track inspired by the Big Apple from the Mario Kart Tour smartphone game, players will fly over towering skyscrapers and enjoy a scenic drive through Central Park.
- SNES Mario Track 3: Drivers slide around hairpin turns and dodge warp tubes on this classic track originating from Super Mario Kart for the Super NES
- N64 Kalimari Desert: Be careful when an ancient steam engine crosses the track in this desert race, because: Collisions can cause delays!
- DS Waluigi pinball machine: The karts shoot, rumble and curve like pinball balls on this course, which is modeled after a giant pinball machine, complete with loud lights and sounds.
- Sydney tour: On this Mario Kart Tour, drivers soak up the sun, fly over Sydney Harbor and cruise through the city’s landmarks.
- GBA Snow Country: It’s important to keep a cool head and not slip on this wintry track in Mario Kart: Super Circuit.
- Wii Mushroom Cannon: An underground cave, deep abysses and giant mushrooms that allow high jumps characterize this circuit, where a safe landing is always an advantage.
- ice cream getaway: Although the competition heats up, there are plenty of opportunities to cool off in this sweet race, because this new track has giant desserts on almost every corner.
Here you can see the trailer for wave 2:
With these racecourses, the second wave will soon expand the booster track pass. The first wave, which has already been released, includes the Wii Coconut Promenade, N64 Chocolate Swamp, 3DS Toads Piste, DS Mushroom Pass, and GBA Cloud Piste courses, as well as Ninja Dojo, Paris Parcours, and Tokyo Tempotour from Mario Kart Tour.
More about wave 1:
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: Booster Track Pass starts with Wave 1
That is still waiting for you.
In total, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Track Pass includes six waves, each with eight tracks, launching in late 2023. This will allow fans to race on 48 revamped tracks from across the Mario Kart series.
Players with a paid Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership can enjoy all six waves at no additional cost. Alternatively, the booster route pass is available for purchase at nintendo store available.
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