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Nintendo is finally set to launch it’s Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s second wave of DLC tracks!

Nintendo, a video game publisher will be launching it’s long-awaited new DLC tracks for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on August 4th.

Nintendo, on August 4th will be releasing the second wave of DLC courses which will include almost eight courses, same as the courses which was released earlier in the first wave in March. Accordingly, the tracks are almost same as the previous tracks, but one course is brand new in this new track, which is an ice cream-themed course known as Sky-High Sundae.

Also, there is Kalimari Desert course from the N64 version of Mario Kart, Mario Circuit 3 from the SNES, Waluigi Pinball from the DS, Snow Land from the GBA and others.

Additionally, there is a New York Minute and Sydney Sprint, both of them appeared in the previous Mario Kart Tour. However, the new course called Sky-High Sundae in the Mario Kart Tour will be appearing at a later date.

Consequently, the second wave of DLC tracks can be purchased off from the Nintendo Switch Online, plus the Expansion Pack subscription or can also be bought as part of Booster Course Pass for $24.99, which includes around 48 DLC tracks, eventually released for the game.


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