Take these retro courses out for another spin.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s Booster Course Pass Wave 2 DLC hits Nintendo Switch August 4, bringing revamped version of classic tracks from the long-running racing series.
New York Minute is the very first course added in the mobile Mario Kart Tour. Like his distant cousin King, Donkey Kong is all over New York, right down to a giant billboard over the course playing his first game on loop.
Mario Circuit 3 is a series staple, appearing in Super Mario Kart, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Mario Kart Wii, and Mario Kart Tour. Its twisty track punishes speed demons, but it’s great for working out your drift skills.
Mario Kart 64’s Kalimari Desert is full of hazards, from sand traps to speeding trains that don’t mind mowing down racers.
As you’d expect from a course themed around Luigi’s evil twin, Waluigi Pinball is full of irritating traps, based on pinball machines. It first appeared in Mario Kart DS, but the Booster Course Pass uses its Mario Kart Tour redesign.
4. Sydney Sprint
Returning from Mario Kart Tour, Sydney Sprint features famous landmarks from the Australian city, even letting you drive inside the Sydney Opera House (which we hear is discouraged in real life).
1. Sky-High Sundae
Booster Course Pass 2 includes one big surprise: a brand-new track. Sky-High Sundae makes its debut in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and it’s coming to Mario Kart Tour at a later date.