Mario Kart Tour Is Out Now But You Can’t Play It
Nintendo’s next major mobile game, Mario Kart Tour, is officially available right now–but there is a catch. While the game can be downloaded on iOS and Google Play, it’s not playable just yet.
The game is currently undergoing maintenance ahead of its official launch. The game should, it seems, become playable in the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 25.
Mario Kart Tour is the first official Mario Kart game for mobile devices. It is among Nintendo’s most recognisable and popular franchises, and therefore it stands to be a huge hit given its mass appeal.
The game is “free-to-start,” but players can spend more money on microtransactions to unlock various extras. The game features a number of real-world locations for courses, in addition to a variety of courses from throughout the series’ history; we’ve gotten glimpses at Rainbow Road and Choco Island from the SNES game, as well as Dino Dino Jungle from Double Dash. The game also features 30 racers, who you’ll be able to unlock via a gacha mechanic.
Mario Kart Tour is free to download and features microtransactions. To play the game, you’ll need to have a Nintendo Account. You can create one of those for free on Nintendo’s website. For more details on Mario Kart Tour and its first event, check out the video above.
Source:: Gamestop News