A new free update has been released for the Nintendo Switch game Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, where you can interact with a real remote-controlled car in a real environment (augmented reality). With this update, players will be able to compete in Mario Cup and earn Yoshi Kart.
The Mario Cup can be accessed via the Mario Kart Live Grand Prix mode. In this mode, you will be able to race on three different tracks. On the first of the tracks, the “Slick Circuit,” you’ll struggle through multiple layers of oil that can block your view. In the second track named “Barrel Temple”, you will try to avoid the barrel obstacles thrown in your way, while on the third track called “Fossil Fields”, you will race in a fossil theme.
Considering the Yoshi Kart that comes with the free update, let’s point out that this is a new Mario Kart Live cosmetic option in the game that includes new karts, extra horn sounds and outfits for Mario. According to Nintendo’s statement, those who download the update and compete in the Mario Cup and complete the challenge in at least third place will earn this cosmetic card.
In addition, people who need more directional arrows and gates in the game can print them.