Mario Kart’s second wave of DLC will make veteran gamers shed a tear of nostalgia, and new gamers get familiar with some old tracks from past iterations of this racing classic title from the Nintendo Company that will surely bring its users hours of quality fun as they explore these eight new tracks included in this DLC.
The Mario Kart Wave 2 Release Date is confirmed and here! Nintendo brings us the second wave of the Booster Course Pass, and we have to tell you all about it! This DLC will give you two Grand Prix, and we’ll break them apart for you in this article as well as tell you what else this DLC contain. So, without further ado, let’s begin!
What Does Mario Kart Wave 2 DLC Have?
The second wave of DLC content for Mario Kart takes you back to some good old times of Mario Kart with two Grand Prix —the Turnip & Propeller Cups— with eight tracks full of fun that we will describe.
The first track is called “Tour New York Minute,” and it’s centered around the Big Apple with skyscrapers and driving through Central Park, New York, it’s a track that was originally featured in Mario Kart Tour. Secondly, we have SNES Mario Circuit 3, a classic racing track from the third installment of the franchise on the Super NES, with really sharp corners that will have you drifting while you’ll have to cleverly avoid the warp pipes and enjoy a classic track from early Mario Kart Days.
The Third Track is the N64 Kalimari Desert track that has a steam engine that goes over the course, and you’ll have to be careful not to get run over it; choo-choo! Lastly, you’ll have to race the Nintendo DS Waluigi Pinball track, a giant pinball table with lots of color and obstacles that you’ll have to avoid!
The Propeller Cup’s first track is Tour Sydney Spirit which takes you through Australia’s metropolis from the Mario Kart Tour game. Then, you’ll race in the frigid GameBoy Advance Snow Land, an Ice track that will test your braking and drifting skills from Mario Kart: Super Circuit. After that, you’ll be racing in the Mushroom Gorge from the Nintendo Wii, with its underground cavern, cliffs, and big mushrooms to jump off that will have you testing your aim and break skills. This track requires some skill! Lastly, You’ll be racing in the Sky-High Sundae, a massive dessert-like racetrack full of ice cream and obstacles you will need to avoid at all costs because you’ll lose time getting stuck!
How Much Does Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass Cost?
The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass will cost you US$ 24,99, and it will give you a total of 48 DLC tracks in six waves of drops that Nintendo will periodically announce. If you subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, you get access to that DLC as part of that subscription at no extra cost! We will keep track of them and post about them regularly here, so be sure to check out our website for more information about the upcoming tracks in the future.
Which Games Will Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass Tracks Have?
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course pass will include lots of classic tracks from all the iterations of past Mario Kart games like Super Mario Kart, Mario Kart Double Dash, Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 64, the handheld games like the GameBoy Advance Mario Kart Super Circuit and Mario Kart DS and Mario Kart Tour.
Mario Kart Wave 2 DLC Trailer
Mario Kart Wave 2 Release Date
Mario Kart Wave 2 will release on August 4, 2022, at 15:00 hrs BST / 10:00 hrs EDT. This content is exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, and you will need to have paid either the DLC or have a subscription to the Online Expansion Pack. With this, we conclude our coverage of this classic Nintendo title here at Otakukart. Happy racing with your friends, and until next time.