The release date for the third Mario Kart 8: Booster Course Pass DLC has been announced, which includes classic tracks from many previous games in the series.
The release date of the third wave of Mario Kart 8 deluxe‘s Booster Course Pass is finally here, with the next set of tracks releasing later this year. When the Booster Course Pass was first announced, it promised to bring 48 new tracks to the game over the course of six waves. The additional courses are a fraction of all the past Mario Kart Titles that draw from mainline console games as well Mario Kart Tour.
Mario Kart 8 deluxeThe release date of the third wave will be December 7th, 2022, Nintendo of America Announced on Twitter this week, with the latest edition of the Booster Pass adding lots of retro Mario Kart courses. Wave three will add Wii’s Maple Treeway, 3DS’ Rock Rock Mountain and its rendition of Rainbow Road, Game Boy Advance’s Boo Lake, DS’s Peach Gardens and much more Mario Kart Tour‘s Berlin Byways, London Loop and Merry Mountain. Wave 3 will be available free on release day to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscribers – or it can be purchased as part of the full Booster Course Pack for $24.99.
The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe wave 3 release date can’t come soon enough
Many of the courses included in the Mario Kart 8 deluxe Booster Course Pass Third Wave are fan favorites that many players will likely be excited to see return, especially the courses derived from much older titles. All players certainly have their own place ranking list for each Mario Kart DLC wave, regardless of preference, the ability for fans to play courses many probably haven’t ridden in over a decade brings new nostalgic fun to the game. Boo Lake, Maple Treeway, and Peach Gardens all stand out in the upcoming wave for both their overall age and quality, but players have a lot to look forward to overall Mario Kart 8 deluxeThe Third Wave.
Interestingly, some previous leaks – which have proven to be largely accurate in the past – have proven to be the Mario Kart 8 deluxe DLC – were proven wrong by this announcement. The predicted course of the Waluigi Stadium is remarkable double bar is missing from the list, which may disappoint some fans of the GameCube title. However, there are still plenty of opportunities for this course and many other fan favorites are likely to come to the game in the future. Mario Kart 8The total number of courses is ridiculous as is, and the Wave 3 release date will bring that number up to 72 – and this is only half of the DLC, with 24 more titles to come in waves four, five and six .
The release date for Mario Kart 8 deluxeThe third wave of the Booster Course Pass is December 7, 2022, and although some fans have criticized the large crowd in the past Mario Kart Tour With courses included in the DLC – a trend that has continued in this latest release – there’s still plenty to look forward to. For players who haven’t seen what they are considering Mario KartThe best tracks from are coming to the DLC but still have several future entries that they might be in but will likely get a good dose of wave three nostalgia anyway. Players can enjoy new courses alone, online, or with family over the holiday season Mario Kart 8 deluxe‘s Booster Course Pass wave three releases early next month.
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Source: Nintendo of America/Twitter