Mario Kart Live 2.0 update adds split-screen multiplayer games, four-player relay racing, etc.

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit has received a new 2.0 update, which brings split-screen multiplayer games, a new four-player relay mode, more tracks and more customizations for racers.

This update on Nintendo’s YouTube Yesterday, everything you can expect in 2.0 was shown in a new video. In it, Nintendo revealed a new split-screen multiplayer game mode to be launched in Mario Kart Live. This is the company’s toy life style kart racer. The task is to let players build a track in their own house. Then race the cars around it with a real Mario Kart RC.

The new split-screen mode is exactly what you expect in a Mario Kart game: place two karts on the track, surround the two controllers in a circle, and then race against your friends or enemies on the screen. It looks very similar to the standard Mario Kart split-screen mode, except that it is your living room on the screen instead of Bowser’s Castle.

If two players are not enough, you can add two more through Mario Kart Live’s new relay race mode. In this mode, two players will sit in a kart, and they can exchange control of the steering wheel back and forth, which means that up to four people can play at the same time. Three new courses have been added: Windmill Meadows, Music Broadway and King Boo’s Courtyard. In addition, Luigi’s Poltergust is now a custom project that can be used with the ghost horn. However, you must complete the Luigi Cup under the specific conditions of the Grand Prix to unlock them.

If you haven’t checked out Mario Kart Live, be sure to read Game informant Mario Kart Live review, then check out today’s new gameplay, which includes some Game informant Edit to play Mario Kart Live.


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