Following the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Wave 2dataminers investigated the latest update and found clues to future DLC tracks.
Shortly after the release of the second wave of Mario Kart 8 titles, Nintendo’s well-known dataminer @OatmealDome (opens in a new tab) – with the help of fellow dataminers record player (opens in a new tab)BLBambooMK2 and @fishguy6564 (opens in a new tab) – shared a list of 2.1.0 update music preview files. Thanks to this, we can see what kind of tracks could be coming to Nintendo’s racing game in the near future.
[Mario Kart 8 Deluxe]Nintendo accidentally left a lot of music preview files in the version 2.1.0 update, allowing us to identify several previously unreleased courses! , and @fishguy6564! https://t.co/M3pBFylEWBAugust 5, 2022
If you do not want to know what courses could arrive one day in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, we suggest that you scroll through this next paragraph.
According a video (opens in a new tab) sharing the group’s findings, fans may one day get the chance to run around London Loop (MK Tour), Peach Gardens (DS), Boo Lake/Broken Pier (GBA), Rock Rock Mountain (3DS), Berlin Byways (MK Tour), Waluigi Stadium/Wario Colosseum (GameCube), Merry Mountain, Rainbow Road (3DS), Amsterdam Drift (MK Tour), Los Angeles Laps (MK Tour), Sunset Wilds (GBA), Bangkok Rush (MK Tour ), Vancouver Velocity (MK Tour), and finally, Maple Treeway (Wii).
It’s worth noting that since these are yet to be confirmed by Nintendo, you should take them with a grain of salt, as there’s always a chance these courses won’t end up appearing in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Don’t worry if your favorite track hasn’t made it yet either, as Nintendo has promised fans a total of 48 courses added to the game, and with Waves 1, 2 and the tracks offered above, we have yet another seventeen to be revealed.
In other Mario Kart news, after several fan complaints; Nintendo has finally Fixed Mario Kart 8 Deluxe version of Coconut Mall and it’s now even better than the original.