Japanese company Nintendo has just launched its official release Multiplayer mode for real-time Mario Kart Tour, the last game the company introduced. Currently, it's in the beta phase from today until December 26th and is only available to registered gold users.
This anticipated approach for many real-time players allows us live competition with other people and it's been one of the most requested features since the announcement of the game and its subsequent launch of Apple's Apple platform last September.
Being in beta mode, Nintendo warns that we'll be able to meet it Performance issues or an unusual error.
By playing this beta version, you do so at your own risk and accept that the game may include known or unknown errors, that your beta test progress and multiplayer game data may be deleted at any time, and that playing this beta game may cause your device's battery release faster than normal and / or operate at slightly higher temperatures.
Support for real-time multiplayer limited to subscribers of the gold-colored Martio Kart Tour pass, within days it will be available. Gold passes are available at a price of 5.49 euros a month and give us access to 200 races, challenges and gold prizes.
If you haven't tried all the benefits we have for this, it might be try it free for a week so you'll be able to access multiplayer mode, even in beta, this week.
Nintendo has not yet announced a date for the launch. And it's not guaranteed if it will be limited to gold passport users any user can enjoy.
Mario Kart Tour
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