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Mario Kart Tour

Nintendo has announced that the Hammer Bro Tour will be the next event in Mario Kart Tour. It will be held between March 25 and April 8.

Like other Tours, this one will feature newly added courses and challenges. Donut Plains 1 has been shown as one of the tracks in the in-app preview.

Earlier today, Nintendo issued the latest update for Mario Kart Tour. Version 2.0.1. is out now, which addresses a number of different issues.

The following problems have been addressed:

The Mario Bros. Tour has come to an end, heralding the start of the new Baby Rosalina Tour. Players will return to the storied streets of London (but watch out for the Chain Chomps!) and enjoy twists and turns on courses spread out over 12 cups. A big change has happened with the start of this tour: Now  you can fire off the pipe for free after collecting enough Grand Stars. Once you get a certain number of Grand Stars, you’ll be able to fire off the pipe for free in the same way as you would accept a tour gift. Check out the Baby Rosalina Tour video below:



Nintendo published a new trailer for Mario Kart Tour showing off the just-added multiplayer feature. Give it a look below.

Nintendo will hold a Baby Rosalina Tour in Mario Kart Tour starting March 11, the company has announced. The event will last until March 25.

The Baby Rosalina Tour will include newly added courses and challenges. Here’s a look at one of the featured tracks:

A new update is now live for Mario Kart Tour, bringing the version number to 2.0.0. The update is live for both iOS and Android devices, and players can see the following changes from the patch notes below:

  • Added support for racing against players from around the world via multiplayer. This service is scheduled to become available on March 8th, at 8:00 PM PT.
  • Added a camera feature. Using this feature during a race allows you to freely move the camera around your driver as they automatically steer. Use it to view the action from different angles!
  • Made other adjustments and addressed known issues to improve the overall gameplay experience.
  • Additional details: this update will become mandatory on March 8th/9th 2020.

Update: New Mario Kart Tour multiplayer details added below.

Multiplayer is finally coming to Mario Kart Tour on March 8, Nintendo has announced. The feature goes live at 8 PM PT / 11 PM ET.

A beta test for multiplayer was previously held in December. However, it was only open to Gold Pass subscribers.

With the multiplayer feature, you can compete against seven other players, whether they’re in-game friends, nearby, or around the world.

Nintendo has put out a trailer for the new Mario Bros. Tour that is kicking off in Mario Kart Tour. Have a look at the video below.

Nintendo is preparing for the next big event in Mario Kart Tour. Next week, the mobile game will be kicking off the Mario Bros. Tour.

Nintendo says that the event will feature “newly added courses and challenges.” Beyond that, no further details have been shared.

The Mario Bros. Tour will run between February 26 and March 11.

The Vancouver Tour has kicked off, bringing new video footage of Aurora Rosalina and Hiker Wario. Players will have a chance to earn these racers and other glorious prizes as they race under the beautiful night sky. Take a look at the preview video below to see the racers in action: