GBA Sky Garden Introduced For Mario Kart Tour, Find The Differences From MK8 Deluxe
With the first wave of the catchy-named Deluxe Booster Course Pass just around the corner, there’s been a lot of speculation about whether Nintendo has used the equivalents of the Mario Kart Tour retro courses (and of course there are valid Tour tracks in a wave) as a base, resulting in a slightly different visual look. To which the answer is: “Yes, probably, this usually happens in game development.”
We think the Switch iteration of these courses looks a hell of a lot sharper and more detailed, likely due to the fact that the mobile title has to fit an extremely wide range of devices. That said, it’s a fair comparison that’s now a little easier than the Sky Tour announced for the Mario Kart Tour, which includes the GBA Sky Garden’s in-game debut; Yes, we will be playing the Lucky Cat Cup on the same field on March 18th on Switch.
You can see the mobile recording trailer at the top, and the Booster Course Pass trailer below:
Similar art style and shared assets? Absolutely. Will this be less fun? Probably no.
Either way, let us know what you think in the comments!