A new series of circuits will land on Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in December
The Vermeil Wood race immerses players in an enchanting fall setting.
Competition heats up for the holiday season: Nintendo will roll out the third of six planned waves of new race tracks for owners of the game expansion in December Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch.
Players will be able to test their favorite Nintendo cars and characters in eight new circuits, therefore two cups, from December 7.
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The first cup, called Stone Cup, includes Tour London Loop, taken from the mobile game Mario Kart Tour, Boo Lake (Boo Lake em>), the Game Boy Advance portable console, Mont Éboulis, the 3DS portable console, and Bois vermeil (Maple Treeway), which was born on the Wii.
< p class="e-p">The second cup, the Moon Cup, includes the Balade berlinoise circuit (Berlin Byways) and Mont Festif (Merry Mountain), all both from Mario Kart Tour, as well as Peach Garden (Peach Garden) from the DS handheld console.
Perhaps the most notable new circuit is the version for the 3DS handheld console of Rainbow Road (Rainbow Road), which forms the fourth circuit of this cup.
The owners of the package of additional circuits (Booster Course Pass), launching in March 2022, expect to be able to ride a total of 48 new race tracks. Nintendo has committed to releasing them by the end of 2023. This third wave thus leaves 24 new races to discover.
The second wave of race tracks, which made it possible to unveil the new original creation Cité Sorbet, dates back to August 4.
People who subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack also have access to these new circuits .
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will add eight downloadable tracks in August