Mario Kart Tour: Multiplayer mode will be available on March 9, 2020 on Android and iOS

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Mario Kart Tour will offer a multiplayer mode accessible to all from March 9, 2020. In beta open for several weeks, this highly anticipated mode is finally about to land on Android and iOS. Finally, the mode will be completely free to access.. Some races, offering the most rewards, will nevertheless be reserved for subscribers to the gold pass.

The Gold Pass runs $4.99 per month and has three main things to offer. The first are items called “Gold Gifts” for in-game assets, whether these are racers, karts or skins. You won’t get these at once, as you’ll need to race in tours to earn them.

Mario Kart Tour: Multiplayer mode will be available on March 9, 2020 on Android and iOS
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“Compete against players from all over the world to raise your score according to rules that change daily in standard and golden races” teases the official Mario Kart Tour account on Twitter. This multiplayer mode, in beta since the end of January, will be available to all players from Monday, March 9. The mode will offer three different ways to play :

  • Standard races: to compete against players from all over the world on one of the 33 circuits with changing rules. These races allow you to increase your rank.
  • Private races: challenge your friends and nearby players. You choose the rules of the game,” says Nintendo.
  • The golden races: reserved for Gold Pass subscribers, the 200c golden races allow you to measure yourself against the best and to improve your rank more quickly by obtaining numerous rewards.

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Mario Kart Tour Multiplayer: A mode accessible to all players for free

Nintendo has finally decided to offer free access to the Mario Kart Tour multiplayer mode. The first beta, deployed in December 2019, was indeed reserved for subscribers to the Gold Pass, a 4.99 $/month offer that offers a handful of advantages, access to 200cc races as well as exclusive karts, characters and badges. Finally, only the golden races are paid for. What do you think of Nintendo’s paid mode and subscription? We’re waiting for your feedback in the comments section.

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