Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will exclude any extra race tracks when it releases on the Nintendo Switch. This was affirmed by the organization as of late. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will incorporate a rehaul of the title’s fight mode (which incorporates four new modes), alongside the expansion of a couple of new characters. Until this minute, it was unknown whether or not new dashing circuits would be incorporated into the improved port. In any case, now we know there won’t be any extra tracks.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe For The Nintendo Switch won’t have extra race tracks
As a component of a Japanese live stream communicate to grandstand some of the new console’s up and coming first-party titles, Nintendo administrators affirmed Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will include 48 tracks altogether. This is an indistinguishable number from the Wii U adaptation when considering the base game and all extra DLC.
In any case, the game does likewise highlight various new things. These incorporate the arrival of the double item box from Mario Kart: Double Dash. And also three new vehicles and the previously mentioned extra characters. The game is planned to release for the Nintendo Switch on April 28.
This is still uplifting news. We are getting four new characters and an all-new fight mode, notwithstanding the 48 tracks that are in Mario Kart 8. They are more than likely buckling down on the new Mario Kart game to turn out in 2019. So including much more here would imply that they have less material to work with for the sequel. Then again there is a plausibility of DLC for MK8 Deluxe. Possibly, they plan to make this a console style game that just updates after some time.