Mario Kart Tour heads to Tokyo as the game’s second set of routes arrive in the game.
The update arrives in-game starting at 3:00 a.m. ET on October 9. The official Mario Kart Tour The Twitter account posted some quick concept illustrations of the upcoming leads. You’ll pass through scenic views and scenic locations collecting coins and sabotaging other players.
According to the tweet, new characters are arriving in addition to the “nostalgic courses”. What this means is unclear at the moment, but everyone should be running their engines about new leads, right?
Mario Kart Tour started off with its first destination, New York City, in its early days. Both musician Mario and Pauline from Super Mario Odyssey were available at the time. Lakitu hosted a special edition of Mario Kart Tour News, which he will probably do again with the debut of the Tokyo Tour.
Every two weeks, Mario’s new mobile racing game features new special tours and races for players, all inspired by real-world locations. Unfortunately, the free-to-play game puts a lot of emphasis on traps that require you to pay for things here and there, like grabbing green pipes to give you pilots, karts, and gliders. Ditching some of the frustrating nickel and dime pushes all over the place Mario Kart Tour would have been a godsend.
If you’re looking for a quick run on the go, Mario Kart Tour is fun for a while, and it’s free to try. You won’t waste any money if you decide you don’t like it. Otherwise, even if it becomes fun to spin the tour destinations, go ahead and play the Switch version. At least you know what you’re getting when you buy DLC for the Switch Edition of Mario kart 8.