Mario Kart Lives 2.0 update makes Multiplayer a lot Simpler and Less Expensive


At last, split screen


Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, Nintendo’s AR-fuelled Mario Kart game that allows you to race actual toy karts around your home with the Nintendo Switch, just got refreshed to version 2.0 with a much-mentioned include: split-screen nearby multiplayer.

Already, multiplayer Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit was a perplexing and exorbitant undertaking. You’d need two karts; the base game just accompanies one just as two Nintendo Switch consoles, and the activity would work out on every player’s Switch screen. With the 2.0 update, you can connect one Switch to a TV so the two players can remain on the love seat as they race their karts around the room.


There’s additionally another Relay Race mode that takes into account multiplayer games with simply a solitary kart. Somewhere in the range of two and four players can choose their own characters, with control exchanging between them after each lap. What’s more, the update is adding another competition called the Luigi Cup alongside three new courses.

Nintendo is further bringing the boundary down to passage by including Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit in its Black Friday deals. The game including one kart will cost $59.99 from November 21st, which saves you $40 off the MSRP.

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