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Nintendo and Velan Studios have just started distribution of a new 2.0.0 update for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. This comes a year following the game’s launch.

New features and content have come to the game. As one of the major highlights, players can connect two karts to one Switch system for split-screen multiplayer or play any Grand Prix cup with 2-4 players in the new Relay Race multiplayer mode. Additionally, Luigi Cup has been added with three new tracks: Windmill Meadows, Music Broadway, and King Boo’s Courtyard. Those that come within third place here will be able to unlock the new Poltergust G-00 kart and Spooky Horn.

Here’s a trailer showing the new 2.0.0 update for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit:

Knockout City players on Switch now have access to the game’s latest update. EA and Velan Studios have started distribution of version 1.4.

While the update largely features bug fixes, a new Hero Bonus has been implemented and more. Continue on below for the full patch notes.

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit received a surprise 1.1.0 update yesterday. New content was added, including a Mario Cup (featuring Slip Circuit, Barrel Temple, and Fossil Field) and Yoshi kart.

Here’s a look at the new update:

A fairly significant update has just gone out for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. Nintendo and Velan Studios are now offering version 1.1.0.

The highlight of today’s update is the addition of a Mario Cup. A couple of new kart designs are included as well.

Below are the full patch notes and screenshots showing off the additions:

Another fairly big update for Knockout City is now live. On Switch, the game has received version 1.3.0.

Today’s update includes fixes, further adjustments, and more. The full patch notes are included below.

Knockout City has received a fairly substantial update across all platforms, including Switch. Version 1.2 is out now.

The update includes tons of fixes, performance improvements, and more. Continue on below for the full patch notes.

EA and Velan Studios have put out an official trailer for the first season of Knockout City. We’ve attached today’s video below.

Knockout City is due out for Switch on May 21.

EA and Velan Studios are giving Knockout City another opportunity to try out the game for free. Starting at launch on May 21, the game can be played for free as part of a special trial. Players can access the full “dodgebrawl” experience, including five multiplayer maps, six special balls, five playlists, and cosmetic styles.

Here’s some additional information:

The Knockout City Cross-Play Beta began today, allowing fans to try out the team-based multiplayer game prior to launch. View some footage in the video below.

The full version of Knockout City is due out on May 21.

EA and Velan Studios have released a new gameplay trailer for Knockout City, a team-based multiplayer game based featuring dodgeball. Have a look at the video below.

Knockout City launches for Switch on May 21. A cross-play beta will be held between April 2 and April 4.