Mario Kart Tour, the game version of the legendary Nintendo mini-car racing game, was announced in early 2018, although its first closed beta would not reach users until April this year. The game was delayed a bit to ensure that it reached the expected quality level, and finally we have an exit date: it will be official on September 25.
Previously, Nintendo had announced that Mario Kart Tour would arrive in summer 2019, so technically it is still delaying at least a couple of days. The game It is already listed in both Google Play and the App Store, and you can sign up to receive a notification as soon as it is available.
One month for Mario Kart Tour
It has been the official account in Twitter from Mario Kart Tour the one that has given the exact date: will arrive on September 25 in his first tweet. This announcement coincides with the publication of the game both in Google Play and in the App Store, in pre-registration mode.
The wait has been long, but finally Mario Kart Tour begins to take shape and it will not take long to try it on our phones. To the be listed in official stores, we also have more details about what to expect and an official presentation video.
The last name "Tour" refers to the races taking place in several cities of the world that will change every two weeks and, as usual, you can help yourself with all kinds of objects to gain advantage or annoy opponents. The operation is carried out "with one finger", with which you must control the car, throw objects and even change the view to look back.
Traditional races are complemented by challenges, extra rounds and collections of badges, drivers and cars, in a game of aesthetics practically traced to its console versions and in which you can compete against both your friends and strangers.
If you want to be one of the first to download it, you can sign up on both Google Play and the App Store to receive a notification as soon as it is available. Unfortunately, the Google Play list does not yield much information about the minimum requirements, although it does in the App Store: there it is specified that requires iOS 10.0 or higher And it is compatible with iPhone 5 onwards, iPad 5 generation onwards, iPad Air 2 onwards, iPad Mini 2 onwards and iPad Pro.
Mario Kart Tour
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