A new update for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit adds a bunch of new content, including a new Mario cup, which adds three new courses to race in. In a post on the game’s official support page, Nintendo lists all of the content added and “improvements” to the experience with the game’s version 1.1.0 release.
The three new courses are Slip Circuit, which adds oil spills to the mix; Barrel Temple, which adds Donkey Kong barrels on the track; and Fossil Field, which features hot-air geysers that can push players off-course if they get caught. Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is an augmented reality spin-off of the genre-defining kart racer, where players can build courses and race on them using a real-life remote-controlled racing kart.
It’s been over 4 years since Mario Kart 8: Deluxe released, and fans are still clamoring for an update on the next mainline entry in the franchise. Nintendo revealed and provided updates on a bunch of games during its E3 2021 Direct – including the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – but sadly enough, no Mario Kart.
- “Mario Cup” has been added to “Grand Prix”. Fulfill certain conditions in “Mario Cup” and receive three new “Environments” and a “Gate” to use in course creation.
- “Super Yoshi” and “Yoshi Horn” have been added to the kart designs in the game. Unlock them by fulfilling certain conditions in Mario Cup.
- Made general changes to improve enjoyment of the game.