‘Mario Kart Tour’ multiplayer is finally here, but you can’t play unless you pay

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  1. Calliers

    Calliers Administrator Staff Member

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    Back when Mario Kart Tour launched in September, everyone wanted to know how long it would be until they could play against their friends. Although the game seemingly matches you up against other real players during every race, those are just AI-controlled racers that happen to carry the names of real players. But starting this Thursday, players are finally getting a taste of real multiplayer with a week-long beta test.

    If you want to participate, you’ll need to subscribe to the Gold Pass, which costs $5 a month and unlocks a bunch of additional rewards during every tour. The good news is that there’s a 7-day free trial, and if you haven’t exhausted it yet, you can use it to join the beta. The test ends at 9:59 PM PT on December 26th.

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