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Nintendo will introduce real-time multiplayer mode in its Mario Kart Tour

Nintendo launched its Mario Kart Tour on the Android and iOS devices last month, but the game did not come with Nintendo’s signature multiplayer mode. And now there is good news for players as the game manufacturer has confirmed that it will be introducing real-time multiplayer mode in the game pretty soon. There are reports that Nintendo will launch the real-time multiplayer mode into beta this December.

Our news sources have reported that the beta mode of the game will only be available to the gamers who spend $4.99 per month for the Mario Kart Tour “Gold Pass.” The experience unlocks 200cc cycling, special Gold Challenges and the ability to get Gold Gifts. Sure, while Mario Kart Tour is free-to-start, there are plenty of other loot box-like incentives for players to invest their cash in other ways.

In order to spread the news that the company is introducing a new multiplayer mode to the game, Mario Kart Tour took the concern to the Twitter and in one of the posts over the social media platform wrote:


“A real-time multiplayer beta test is planned for December and will be available to #MarioKartTour Gold Pass subscribers. Stay tuned here for more details coming soon”.

No other details were provided by Nintendo, but the company said that more news would come soon. Hopefully, it will be available to all users once the feature is released after the beta test.

As Nintendo has provided limited details regarding the new update that it will introduce in December, we do not have detailed information on the matter. But we will update the article when we will get similar information.

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Mat Walker

Mat Walker

Mat once failed an audition to be the Milkybar Kid, an advert creation that pushed white chocolate on gluttonous British children. Two decades later, having repressed that early rejection, he moved to Japan, learned the language, earned his black belt in Judo and returned to US. After a few years leading as Senior Editor, he now heads up our US bureau in Boston.

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