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This week in racing game news:
You’ll be able to race the new “Mario Kart” tracks even if you don’t purchase the DLC
Thank you guys via NintendoLifeWe now know that Nintendo will be adding tracks from New “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” Course Enhancement Card Announced into the online multiplayer queue, regardless of whether the player owns the DLC or not. Nintendo makes this clear in fine print on the UK website say:
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass wave 1 courses can be played from March 18 locally or online in Friends and Rivals races, even if only one player owns the Booster Course Pass or gain access to it as part of Nintendo Switch Expansion Pack + Online Memberships.From March 22, courses from wave 1 will also appear in Random Selection at Play. Global or Regional races with anyone online.”
So you have it, if you’re not a “Mario Kart“campaign players, you can still experience the new tracks without purchasing DLC or subscribing to the Nintendo Online + Expansion Pack service, but you’ll have to let the online gods “Mario Kart” decide at random. What’s your track” I’ll be able to race, and frequency.
“Monster Energy Supercross 5” has a new gameplay trailer
A new gameplay trailer has debuted for the latest installment of “Monster Energy Supercross” to give players a first look at it ahead of its release. The trailer shows the third and first camera angles during the indoor Supercross event with 21 other riders. It looks pretty cool, and we can’t wait to see more of the game when it releases on March 17. For now, check out the trailer below.