#MarioKartTour is here!— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) September 25, 2019
Race around the world across a variety of new and classic courses! We hope you enjoy this first tour! Be sure to stay tuned here for the latest game news, because we've got a lot more coming.
It's finally here! GO! pic.twitter.com/GaBurZ3AZS
It’s finally here! Today Nintendo officially launched “Mario Kart Tour” for iOS and Android. It features race tracks from various MK games over the years. The game, like Nintendo’s other mobile releases, is free-to-play with in-app purchases (in-game currency are “rubies”) that you use for upgrades and unlocks. Current criticism facing the newly launched game is the fact that the 200cc tier (as well as exclusive characters, karts and other items) are locked behind a subscription service (Gold Pass) that costs $4.99 a month.
“Mario Kart Tour” also lacks any kind of multiplayer at launch (you race against bots for now). According to a UI item on the newly-launched mobile game’s menu screen, it states that multiplayer will be “available in a future version update.”
[List of Racers Available to Unlock]Mario
Read here for more details on MKT.
ONTD, will you be playing Mario Kart Tour on your mobile devices?
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