Mario Kart 8 Wave 2 tracks have been revealed

NINTENDO has announced the eight courses which will make up the second wave of its Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC.

The first wave, launched in March, featured eight new tracks including fan favourite Coconut Mall from Mario Kart Wii.

Mario Kart 8 Wave 2 tracks have been revealed
Six waves of tracks will be released over two years.

This new wave will also include eight new tracks split over two cups.

The first new cup will be the Turnip Cup based on the throwable item from Super Mario Bros. 2.

This cup will include a remake of New York Minute from Mario Kart Tour, Mario Circuit 3 from the SNES version, Kalimari Desert from the N64, and Waluigi Pinball from the DS game.

The second cup revealed is the Propeller Cup based on the power-up first introduced in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.

It includes the tracks Sydney Sprint from Tour, Snow Land from the GBA game, Mushroom Gorge from Mario Kart Wii, and Sky-High Sundae.

Sky-High Sundae is a completely new track which will be first available as part of the Booster Course Pass.

It will later be introduced into the mobile free-to-play game Mario Kart Tour.

Nintendo will release six waves of DLC for Mario Kart 8 over the coming months until the end of 2023.

All of the waves come included with Nintendo’s online subscription service called Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pass.

However, in order to play the extra tracks players must own Mario Kart 8 Deluxe separately.

Those who want to play, but who are not subscribed to Nintendo service, can also buy the DLC on its own.

The DLC Booster Course Pass is available separately for £22.49/$24.99, and will include all the waves as they come out.

However, if the pass is purchased without any online subscription then players will only be able to race against AI players.

The second wave of DLC will be released one week from today on August 4.

However, the DLC pass can be purchased today, and it will automatically update when the second wave is released.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.


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