Sunday, November 27

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit Gets Updated With Luigi Cup, Relay System, And More

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, the game that revolutionizes Nintendo’s popular kart saga, received its free 2.0 update this week. Although cats hate it, that has not stopped Nintendo from offering players this new version: it adds to the racing title the content pertaining to the Luigi Cup, along with a relay system and split-screen multiplayer with two karts connected to the same console. Under these lines you can find a trailer with all the news.

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit welcome update 2.0

The Copa Luigi It is among the outstanding novelties: those players who dare with it will be able to receive as a reward two new environments and three new types of doors, which we can use when creating our circuits at home. This tournament also brings with it the Polterust G-00 and Spooky Horn designs to customize our karts.

The multiplayer mode has also been the protagonist of this update 2.0, adding new modes and features. On the one hand we find the relay race– A cooperative mode for up to four players who will take turns driving a kart (they will play as Princess Peach, Toad, Yoshi and Mario / Luigi, depending on the kart used) taking on Bowser Jr. and the koopalings in the race. That s: it is required to have enough controls for all participating players.

The Luigi Cup, the relay race and the split screen are the novelties

On the other hand, it has been added split screen to multiplayer mode. This allows us to connect two karts to the same Switch console to play with a friend or family member at the same time with the screen split in two. Again, playing with split screen requires two karts and two Joy-Con or Pro controllers. A whole string of new features to keep imagining the craziest circuits.

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We remind you that Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, which received the Video Game Designers Award at the Japan Game Awards, is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. “A very interesting product that combines toys, augmented reality and video games, but which, unfortunately, is full of limitations”, we wrote in our analysis.

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