The game’s next tour is… drumroll, please… the Baby Rosalina Tour! My goodness, how terribly exciting.
As is fast becoming the norm, MK Tour fans were quick to voice their displeasure at the theme of the upcoming tour, leaving peeved comments below the announcement. Sure, it’s a weird choice, but I’m more disappointed that we’re already heading back to London with this one.
The Mario Bros. Tour is drawing to a close. Starting Mar. 10, 11 PM PT, the Baby Rosalina Tour kicks off in #MarioKartTour. We’re returning to the foggy streets of London! Rumor has it there’s a new costume for our featured petite princess… pic.twitter.com/urw38K4Tbd
— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) March 6, 2020
With the new tour comes a fresh costume for the featured “petite princess”.
The Baby Rosalina Tour is set to begin on March 11th at 11pm PT. And with the game’s long-awaited multiplayer mode planned to launch this Sunday, March 8th, it’s an especially exciting time for fans.
We’ve covered Mario Kart Tour a great deal since launch, with our most recent piece (besides this one) focusing on a number of quality of life improvements set to arrive later this week.
If you happen to be in need of some friend codes, we’ve got over 22,000 of the things right here. They’ll hopefully come in handy for challenges or when trying to find others to play with online.
Those yet to take Mario Kart Tour for a spin will find it available now as a free-to-play title from both the App Store and Google Play. It was pretty barebones at launch last year, but it’s improved significantly since then.
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