We get an interesting message regarding one of the most beloved franchises by nintenderos. It is already around Mario Kart and more specifically from Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
In this case, we were able to find out newly released Version 2.1.0 From the game that brought the second round of the Extra Tracks Pass DLC bundle also includes some minor changes In the main game in general.
They are as follows, according to Nintendo:
Downloadable content support:
- Now compatible with paid DLC: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Bonus Tracks Pass – Round Two (two cups and eight tracks).
- Increases the number of ghosts you can download from 16 to 32.
- The range a vehicle is airborne is adjusted, based on its weight.
- Reduced time for item tiles to regenerate after another player selects them.
- The time it takes for a player to drop a coin by another player has been reduced.
- It’s now easier to look forward in the air when using Intelligent Steering.
- The cars that Shy Guys rides in at the Wii Coconut Center now move from time to time in all modes except for Time Attack mode.
- Fixed an issue where a player could not choose a DLC track even though a player in the lobby in “Friends” earned a Bonus Track Pass.
- Fixed an issue where the player would not receive coins even though they used Quill in Coin Hunter to steal opponent coins.
- Fixed an issue where a player could receive two items from a single item box on the N64 Toad Highway.
We also remind you of the list of new tracks:
- New York visit/min (tour)
- Mario Arena 3 / Arena Mario 3 (SNES)
- Calamari Desert / Calamari Desert (N64)
- Waluigi Pinball (DS)
- Non-stop Sydney/Sydney Spring (tour)
- Snow Land / Snow Land (GBA)
- Mushroom Strait (WI)
- Frozen Sky/Sunday Sky (NEW)
Don’t forget the data storage tools too they found it Clues references that appear to be embedded in the rest of the passage’s mugs.
At the moment, nothing is certain, but we will pay attention to more details. What do you think that? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments.
Source: press release.
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