Make sure you get this update for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit!

Double the fun!

What you need to know

  • Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is a spinoff of the Mario Kart series, where players use their Nintendo Switch to steer a real-life toy racing kart.
  • A new update is available that allows players to connect two karts to one Nintendo Switch system and engage in split-screen local multiplayer.
  • The free update is available as of now for all Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit players.

If you're planning to play Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit this holiday season with the little ones, make sure to update your game! Nintendo announced today in a tweet that a new update is available.

This update allows players to connect two karts to one Nintendo Switch system for split-screen multiplayer, reducing the amount of money needed to spend on hardware. Considering that each kart system costs around $100, it's a great update for those who only have one Switch in their household.

The update doesn't facilitate online multiplayer, seeing as race tracks are determined by how you set them up in your own home. Nevertheless, local multiplayer has never been boring when it comes to Mario Kart.

Let's-a go!

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

$94 for Mario Set at Best Buy

I'm number one!

Step into Mario's comically big shoes in Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. Have fun setting up tracks and using items to get to the finish line.

Oh yeah!

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

$100 for Luigi Set at Best Buy

Let's go, Green Mario

Luigi joins his red-capped brother in Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. Don't be fooled by his appearance, as Luigi's death stare will stop any kart in its tracks.

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