Nintendo is dismantling its tollbooth because Mario Kart Tour’s full online multiplayer mode will be free going forward. Unlike the beta period, anyone can play against others in online races, even if they haven’t subscribed to the game’s “Gold Pass.” Mario Kart Tour‘s online multiplayer leaves beta on March 8 at 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET. Once players have updated to the game’s latest version, they can participate in standard multiplayer races, and the in-game rules regularly update to keep things interesting. The mode also supports local matches, and players can make custom rules for these races. “Through real-time multiplayer, we are giving fans of Mario Kart Tour even more ways to play, and bringing the Mario Kart experience to even more players around the world,” Nintendo’s vice president of sales and marketing Nick Chavez said in the announcement. During the beta period, non-paying Mario Kart Tour players didn’t have very many options. Multiplayer has always been the series’ biggest draw and keeping it free should encourage those initially put off by the payment structure to give the game a second try. The game’s Gold Pass is still on sale for $5 per month, and subscribers have exclusive access to 200cc… Read full this story
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