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Mario Kart Tour Peach vs. Bowser Tour

A new event is heading to Mario Kart Tour – specifically the Peach vs. Bowser Tour which has users choosing between the two sides. This is set to go live on November 29, 2022.

The main highlight here is the inclusion of Peach Gardens from Mario Kart DS. As many Mario Kart 8 Deluxe fans know, he same course will be going live in the Switch game as part of the next wave of the Booster Course Pass.

Mario Kart Tour has announced that the next Tour coming to the game will be an Animal Tour. The Tour will feature a new returning course, GCN DK Mountain, as well as a number of new driver and kart elements, including a version of Luigi using the Super Leaf power-up. 

Wave 19 of Mii Racing Suits will also be made available, with this wave consisting of one suit based on the cows from fan-favorite course Moo Moo Meadows.

You can watch trailers showcasing the new Animal Tour and Moo Moo Mii Racing Suit below.

Mario Kart Tour update 3.1.0

The latest Mario Kart Tour update has started distribution, with Nintendo going live with version 3.1.0.

Adjustments have been implemented in various areas, including Battles which now shows the number of players remaining and number of balloons popped. Several issues have also been addressed.

The full patch notes for the Mario Kart Tour version 3.1.0 update are as follows:

Mario Kart Tour has shown off the next Tour coming to the game, that being the Autumn Tour which will put a focus North American city tracks.

Asides from the usual new driver and kart elements, the highlights of this Tour will be a new variant of the Vancouver Velocity track and a battle course based on the New York Minute track. A new Mii Racing Suit will also be added to the game

Here are a couple of trailers showcasing the upcoming Autumn Tour and new Mii Racing Suit:

Mario Kart Tour has announced that the next Tour featured in the game will be a seasonal Halloween Tour. Players can expect a number of new Driver and Kart elements to be featured, a new Mii Racing Suit based on character Dry Bones to be added, and the appearance of a new course in the form of GBA Boo Lake.

You can watch trailers showcasing the upcoming Halloween Tour below.

Now that the Anniversary Tour is wrapping up, DeNA have announced that the Battle Tour will be the next event featured in Mario Kart Tour. As indicated by the name, this will be the first Tour to feature Mario Kart Tour’s Battle Mode, a new gameplay mode reminiscent of its main series equivalent. The Tour will offer GBA Battle Course 1 and GCN Cookie Land as the game’s first battle stages, and will provide new driver and kart elements as per usual. A new Green Mii Racing Suit will also be offered.

You can view a couple of trailers showcasing these upcoming elements below:

Mario Kart Tour has just received a new update, bringing the game to version 3.0.0. This update is mostly preparing the game for the addition of Battle Mode and the new Spotlight Shop, but is also bringing some small quality of life changes to the title.

Here are the full patch notes for the update:

Now that the Mario vs Luigi Tour is ending, the Anniversary Tour has been announced as the next event coming to Mario Kart Tour. It’ll feature new driver and kart elements, such as a new variation of Yoshi, and will have players racing through a variety of city locales.
Additionally, a new wave of Mii Racing Suits will also be added to the game

Here are a couple of brief trailers showcasing this upcoming Tour and Wave 15 of Mii Racing Suits:

Mario Kart Tour battles

Nintendo has shared details about the next Mario Kart Tour update, which will include the addition of battles.

Battles will be supported in both single-player and multiplayer. It’ll work just like other entries in the series where the goal is to pop your opponents’ balloons.

We also know that the Spotlight Shop is planned where you can exchange rubies for drivers, karts, and gliders. In related news, pipes you can fire by using rubies will be removed.

The next Tour coming to Mario Kart Tour has just been announced, and it’s set to be a new VS Tour. In the Mario vs Luigi Tour, the driver you use will determine which team you belong to, with both teams competing to see who can earn the most tokens. Players will be able to earn limited badges, coins, and rubies as rewards for participating. 

Check the trailers below to see the exact team compositions for the Mario vs Luigi Tour.

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