Shortly after Nintendo launched the primary wave of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Cross DLC in March, information miners uncovered what gave the impression to be a near-complete listing of platforms every new wave could be pulling tracks from – and the latest arrival of Wave 2 seems to validate that leak, giving followers a stable basis for the giddy hypothesis of traditional tracks nonetheless to come back.
Following Wave 1’s launch, information miner Fishguy6564 shared a video of Mario Kart 8’s monitor choice display with the Booster Course Cross’ ten remaining cups unlocked, full with the platform origin of every included monitor. The then-unreleased Wave 2’s Turnip Cup, as an illustration, was proven to include 4 tracks taken from Mario Kart Tour, SNES, N64, and DS, whereas Propeller Cup listed tracks from Tour, GBA, Wii, and a last, but to be outlined course.
We now know, following Wave 2’s launch this week, that these leaked platforms line up completely with Mario Kart 8’s newly expanded monitor roster. The ultimate monitor itemizing for the Turnip Cup is New York Minute (Mario Kart Tour), Mario Cart Circuit 3 (SNES), Kalimari Desert (N64), and Waluigi Pinball (DS), whereas the Propeller Cup brings Sydney Dash (Tour), Snow Land (GBA), Mushroom Gorge (Wii), and Sky-Excessive Sundae (Tour). Notably, the latter is debuting as half of the Booster Pack however coming to Tour later, which could clarify its absent tag within the leak.
Here’s a showcase of all of the cups with potential prefixes. We have now not confirmed whether it is grabbing this data from rubbish information. pic.twitter.com/3yW46Ms1D5
— Fishguy6564 (@fishguy6564) March 17, 2022
So the place does all this depart us? Nicely, nowhere close to an entire monitor itemizing for the Booster Cross’ remaining 4 waves, clearly. However it does present a stable framework for future hypothesis as to what these updates may convey.
Assuming no seismic shifts in future plans, it seems to be like we are able to count on two tracks from Tour in Wave 3, alongside two 3DS tracks, a DS monitor, a GameCube monitor, a GBA monitor, and a nonetheless undefined monitor. Wave 4, in the meantime, will possible function one other three Tour tracks, plus tracks from Wii, DS, GameCube, GBA, and a last thriller addition.
Three extra Tour tracks (and one other thriller addition) would appear to be on the best way in Wave 5, alongside one monitor every from the Wii, GBA, Gamecube, and SNES video games, and issues will possible wrap up in Wave 6 with two extra Tour tracks, two Wii tracks, and a GameCube monitor. The remaining three are as but undefined.
So there you go! By my reckoning meaning there’s nonetheless ten Tour tracks to come back, 4 Wii tracks, 4 GameCube tracks, two 3DS tracks, two DS tracks, three GBA tracks, and one SNES monitor, with the remaining six unclear. All that is left to do, then, is decide your favorite programs from these platforms, cross your fingers and hope Nintendo grants your want. Oh and good-naturedly argue over that are one of the best Mario Kart tracks within the feedback under, of course.