Did you know that as part of a paid DLC called the Booster Course Pass, 48 additional tracks will be added to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe?
And the best thing is that the course Pass wave two was ended on the 4th of August and you’ve now got the chance to get all the tracks in one go.
Hoh much does the Booster Course Pass cost?
The Booster Course Pass cost $24.99 for 48 new tracks.
Istead of adding them all at once, Nintendo will drop eight of them each wave and in total, there will be six waves.
The first wave of new tracks is already here while the rest is planned to be introduced to Mario Kart 8: Deluxe by the end of 2023.
What tracks are from the Booster Course Pass Wave one?
The content includes three courses from Mario Kart Tour, which was released for mobile devices in 2019, and a fan-favorite course from the Nintendo 64 console.
Here are all eight of the courses that were added in March:
- Paris Promenade (–>Mario Kart Tour)
- Toad Circuit (–>Mario Kart 3DS)
- Coconut Hall (–>Mario Kart Wii)
- Choco Mountain (–>Mario Kart 64)
- Tokyo Blur (–>Mario Kart Tour)
- Ninja Hideaway (–>Mario Kart Tour)
- Shroom Ridge (–>Mario Kart DS)
- Sky Garden (–>Mario Kart Advance)
What tracks are from the Booster Course Pass Wave two?
The second wave of new tracks have been introduced to Mario Kart 8 on the 4th of August.
Waluigi Pinball is included, as well as a brand-new race in the form of Sky-High Sundae.
The following is the complete list of wave two tracks:
- Waluigi Pinball (–>Mario Kart DS)
- Sky-High Sundae (*NEW*)
- Kalimari Desert (–>Mario Kart 64)
- Mario Circuit 3 (–>Super Mario Kart SNES)
- Mushroom Gorge (–>Mario Kart Wii)
- New York Minute (–>Mario Kart Tour)
- Sydney Spring (–>Mario Kart Tour)
- Snow Land (–>Mario Kart Super Circuit GBA)
So there you have it, as soon as the new tracks are released in wave 3 and wave 4 we will be sure to let you know.
In the meantime, make sure to check out our related articles to get you winning races and time trials!