Mario Kart 9 is said to be in development and have a twist in their luggage

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the most successful racing game of all time: it cracked the last November incredible sum of 38 million sold units and finally beat Mario Kart Wii. If you add the sold copies of the Wii U version, which is ultimately the original version of the switch port, the current offshoot of the series even comes up more than 45 million.

And although Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (buy now 46.28 €) continues to sell well, the title has meanwhile a few years under my belt. The Wii U version is, after all already eight years old and the deluxe version appeared in the first year of the Switch’s life, five years ago. No wonder fans are looking for one new offshoot lick – and maybe get this wish fulfilled in the future.

Mario Kart 9 – but with a twist!

Hope for Mario Kart 9 makes the statement of an analyst Gamesindustry. There you interview at the beginning of each year several expertswho then make forecasts for the coming year: What trends develop, which stay and which leave? Which consoles sell and which ones Marketing strategies can we expect from the big companies in the industry?

Talked about all of these things Analysts with the outlet and try based on the current situation The most accurate forecasts possible to create. Dr. Serkan Toto from Kantan Games is one of those analysts and he opened a huge barrel with one of his statements.

With regard to Nintendo, Toto not only announced that the odds were for one new mobile title would stand well, but also talked about that next Mario Kart: “I know Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is still doing very well on the Nintendo Switch, but Mario Kart 9 is in development (and comes with a twist) and Nintendo may announce it this year.”

On the Time of announcement The analyst doesn’t seem to be sure, but the statement about the state of development of Mario Kart 9 sounds like it sound background knowledge. Of course, Toto did not reveal where he wanted it from, just as much as to what twist it could be. After resisting gravity in Mario Kart 8, anything now seems possible.


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