Start your engines and prepare to burn rubber at our official Mario Kart 8 Deluxe website!


19/04/2017

Race anytime, anywhere, with anyone when Mario Kart 8 Deluxe launches April 28th, only on Nintendo Switch. With 48 courses to zoom around, a revamped, expanded battle mode and more, find out what makes this the biggest Mario Kart yet at our official Mario Kart 8 Deluxe website.

Whether you’re racing your family on the big screen in TV mode, playing in the park, or visiting a friend’s place, Nintendo Switch lets you play Mario Kart your way! Learn all about the different ways you can enjoy multiplayer races locally* or online** in our Nintendo Switch section.

Take a visual practice lap around the record-breaking 48 courses in our Courses section, and get to grips with the largest roster of drivers in Mario Kart to date in our the Characters section. You can even learn how to use items to turn the tables in your favour, as well as discover some new additions, in our Items section.

Want to gain a competitive edge over your opponents? Discover the revamped and expanded battle mode, including the exciting new Renegade Roundup battle type and eight thrilling, new dedicated courses. You can brush up on everything you need to know in our battle mode section.

Start your engines and get ready for the biggest Mario Kart yet at our official Mario Kart 8 Deluxe website!

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will be available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch on April 28th. On the same day, the Joy-Con Wheel Pair accessory will also be available.

*Offline play requires one compatible controller per player. Additional controllers (sold separately) may be required. Wireless Play requires one copy of the software per player.

**Online play requires one copy of the software per console. Internet connection required during online play. The registration and linkage of Nintendo Account and acceptance of the Nintendo Account Agreement and Privacy Policy are required. Online services require a Nintendo Account. Starting this spring, some online services will also require a paid subscription. Paid online service availability may be limited based on location. Find out more about the paid online subscription service.