January 27, 2022

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Mario Kart 9 is already in development, says Japanese journalist

Mario Kart 9 is already in development, says Japanese journalist

New batch of franchise Mario Kart Already in development at Nintendo. Who guarantees is the game industry’s behind-the-scenes journalist Dr. Serkan Toto who is based in Japan.

He shared the information in his 2022 forecast published on the site. GameIndustry.biz. But don’t get excited: According to Toto, there should only be an official announcement this year about the game’s existence. It should take more than a year to launch.

He wrote: “I know Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is still selling very well on the Nintendo Switch, but Mario Kart 9 is in full development.”

(In fact, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best-selling game in Swtich history, and by combining its sales with those of the original Mario Kart 8, for WiiU, this title broke the record in 2021 as the best-selling racing game of all time. Every time ).

Another important data revealed by Toto is that Mario Kart 9 will have a “newness” – that is, a change in the mechanics of the game.

The franchise has already made changes of this kind several times, such as adding double races, with Mario Kart Double Dash, or even “anti-gravity” cars, which were introduced in Mario Kart 8.

Tutu did not provide more information on what this “modernity” is. And it was also murky in another prediction: that another important Nintendo franchise should debut in a mobile version later this year… but I didn’t say which one.

While Nintendo doesn’t release more information, check out our ranking comparing all the games in the Mario Kart franchise:

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