Nintendo’s mobile racing game, Mario Kart Tour, finally has a multiplayer mode, which means you can grab up to seven other friends and relive your childhood memories.
Up to eight players can share a course in Standard Races. Racers can invite their friends, play with someone near their location, or just match with someone online anywhere in the world.
Multiplayer is also available on Gold Races which is exclusive to Gold Tour Pass subscribers.
- Mario Kart Tour records over 20 million downloads on the first day
- Mario Kart Tour launches in September on iOS and Android
An ongoing Twitter retweet campaign is up on the game’s account in celebration of the major update.
If the tweet below gets a total of 30,000 retweets combined with the Japanese Mario Kart Tour account, all players will receive 30 rubies and a badge.
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