What you need to know
- Mario Kart Tour has announced a second multiplayer beta.
- It will be open to all players, not just Gold Pass subscribers.
- Further details on the test will be posted "soon".
Mario Kart Tour has announced that it will hold a second multiplayer test for the game open to all players, not just Gold Pass subscribers.
In a Tweet posted Tuesday they said:
A second multiplayer test is on the way, and this time all players can join in, not just #MarioKartTour Gold Pass subscribers. Further details will be posted here and in-game soon, so buckle up and start your engines! pic.twitter.com/8l3YVEabllA second multiplayer test is on the way, and this time all players can join in, not just #MarioKartTour Gold Pass subscribers. Further details will be posted here and in-game soon, so buckle up and start your engines! pic.twitter.com/8l3YVEabll— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) January 21, 2020January 21, 2020
There is no indication as to the date for the second test, or how long it will last. A multiplayer option was previously tested in December but was only opened up to Mario Kart Tour's Gold Pass subscribers, which costs $4.99 a month.
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