Mario Kart Tour sets new Princess Tour and Mii Racing Suits for next week

Mario Kart Tour is bringing back two nostalgic tracks from the Wii and GBA for the new Princess Tour.
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Mario Kart Tour, the hit mobile kart game from Nintendo, continues to keep up the pace with a new Princess Tour featuring the Wii Daisy Circuit and GBA Peach Circuit. The tour will roll out on May 30th, 2023, at 11 PM pacific time. You can watch a new gameplay trailer for the Princess Tour on Nintendo Mobile’s YouTube channel:

The Wii Daisy Circuit has never looked better, with a gorgeous new skybox and a variety of colorful new details on pretty much everything. However, all of the broader details largely remain unchanged, with surprising authenticity and nostalgia factor. This includes the crisp new version of the track’s upbeat music.

It was a smart move for the opening to view the lighthouse from the other side now, so that players can get a glimpse of the new landscape too. Although, it does seem like Mario Kart Tour was partly written into a corner with the lighthouse, as it doesn’t seem to alter very much in that area with its signature red tracks.

Sadly, there isn’t much of a preview for the GBA Peach Circuit, which certainly needed the most work. It was always a very simple course, though it did have a charming background. It’ll be neat to see how Mario Kart Tour updates another track with no elevation changes.

The 33rd wave of Mii Racing Suits has also been announced for May 30th, 2023, including a Daisy-themed suit and a Pink suit. It’s sort of a relief after the Mii Tour suits. You can see the new suits in-game with the latest trailer, which also revealed that Wave 34 would start on June 13th, 2023:

You can read more about Mario Kart Tour, Nintendo, and other hit kart racers by checking out the rest of our news section.

Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino is a novelist and lifelong gamer, born and raised in Southern California. He's been a content writer for over 10 years, and studied film at SMC for 4 years. When he isn't playing shooters, RPGs, or indies, he's reading SFF novels and trying the latest tabletop games.

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