Mario Kart 8 Deluxe just doesn’t quit, and with the second wave of its massive booster course pass almost upon fans there is plenty to be antsy about, especially the nostalgia factor for the Kart faithful.
Judging by the release of the first hotly anticipated course wave back in March, and the announcement of the new wave releasing in August, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe seems to have entered the Seasonal model other games have adopted (looking at you Fall Guys). At least the season doesn’t end with Kart, it just expands, and owners will have access to the tracks indefinitely, unless racers opt for the Nintendo Online Expansion Pass.
Taking a page from the other Mario Kart releases, the booster pack includes tracks from almost every other Mario Kart in existence, yes even the mobile ‘Tour‘ game. This wave of tracks includes a doozy of a track list, bringing fans back to every generation of Kart, but on one title, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe indeed. For Wave 2 we are getting two brand new cups to race around which totals eight tracks remade for Deluxe.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Course Booster Pass Wave 2 List
- Turnip Cup
- Tour New York Minute
- SNES Mario Circuit 3
- N64 Kalimari Desert
- DS Waluigi Pinball
- Propeller Cup
- Tour Sydney Sprint
- GBA Snow Land
- Wii Mushroom Gorge
- Sky-High Sundae
The eight new tracks brings the total raceable course count up to a sweltering 64, just like one of the more popular titles in the series for the Nintendo 64. It’s time to mention the new elephant in the room, ‘Sky-High Sundae,’ which is a brand new track released for this DLC wave.
Despite this being only wave two of the course pass, Nintendo promises all of the content will be out by the end of next year. Fans looking for more information regarding the huge new DLC wave, can visit the Nintendo website for much needed intel.