Mario Kart Tour debuted on September 25 this year in the iOS App Store and Google PlayStore. But an important mode is still missing today – the multiplayer mode.
Mario Kart lives since the introduction in 1992 of the multiplayer mode. Fans know these evenings with the banana peel just before the finish line – and who was it? Of course, the common friend or the common friend. The ability to play against friends is essential in Mario Kart and should provide significantly more satisfied players – that also knows Nintendo.
Now the wait should be over soon. The Japanese game developer has announced via the short message service Twitter that the beta phase for the multiplayer mode will start in December. However, the beta will not be accessible to all players. Those wishing to take part in this test must have an active Mario Kart Tour Gold Pass subscription. So it says in the tweet:
“A real-time multiplayer beta test is scheduled for December and will be available to Mario Kart Tour Gold Pass subscribers.”
When the mode for all players will be available remains unknown for the time being. The Gold Pass subscription costs around € 5.49 per month and gives the user access to various gold gifts during a tour season. Paying customers also get access to the 200 cc races.
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