Mario is one game, most of the gaming fans remember as a childhood adventure. Ever since Mario set on his quest to save the princess, he has been tasked with enough jobs. Back in September, Mario Kart Tour finally arrived on September 25, available for download on iOS and Android. And now, Nintendo is planning to begin the beta testing for multiplayer gameplay on Mario Kart Tour.
Nintendo plans to begin beta testing multiplayer gameplay for Mario Kart Tour in December.
The company took to Twitter to announce the forthcoming test.
“A real-time multiplayer beta test is planned for December and will be available to #MarioKartTour Gold Pass subscribers, stay tuned here for more details coming soon.”
— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) November 1, 2019
Mario Kart Tour has already reached 129.3 million downloads across the Google Play Store and Apple App Store in its first month.
Nintendo announced the Mario Kart mobile game back in January 2018, with an original launch date of March 2019, but the game was then delayed and later launched on September 25.
Mario Kart Run is the biggest launch that Nintendo has ever seen.
The game was outraced only by Pokemon Go, which amassed 163 million downloads in its first 30 days and has since crossed the 1 billion threshold, according to recent data shared by Sensor Tower.
The feature will be limited to Mario Kart Tour Gold Pass subscribers during the beta testing period.