After years of playing the same great tracks in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Nintendo is finally adding more. The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass will give you access to 48 total remade tracks from Mario Kart’s pass, now playable on the Switch. Courses from every past Mario Kart game (not including the arcade title) will appear in this collection. It can be redeemed with a subscription to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, or you can purchase it separately for $25. Here is every confirmed track appearing in the Booster Course Pass.
Choco Mountain (Mario Kart 64)
Choco Mountain is getting a big visual upgrade from its original interpretation on the Nintendo 64. Now you can see more than the same shade of brown as you go around this course.
Coconut Mall (Mario Kart Wii)
Coconut Mall is one of the most popular Mario Kart Wii tracks, so it’s not that surprising to see it make its return.
Ninja Hideaway (Mario Kart Tour)
Like the other Mario Kart Tour tracks, don’t expect much to be different with Ninja Hideaway.
Paris Promenade (Mario Kart Tour)
Racing through the streets of Paris and gliding in front of the Eiffel Tower. Is that romantic enough?
Shroom Ridge (Mario Kart DS)
Shroom Ridge makes its first appearance since Mario Kart DS, looking very pretty.
Sky Garden (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
One of the best tracks from Mario Kart: Super Circuit makes the jump to the current day with more interesting elements.
Toad Circuit (Mario Kart 7)
Toad Circuit is one of those easy beginner courses that every Mario Kart game has. Now Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has another.
Tokyo Blur (Mario Kart Tour)
Tokyo Blur is another Mario Kart Tour track that can be firmly implemented in the main series now.
Kalimari Desert (Mario Kart 64)
Get ready to compete against a train and the harsh desert sun when you jump into this track.
Mario Circuit 3 (Super Mario Kart)
Avoid the warp pipes and take things back to a truly classic period in Mario Kart history with Mario Circuit 3.
Mushroom Gorge (Mario Kart Wii)
Try not to fall off as you take each of those tight turns in this tricky fungi-themed track.
New York Minute (Mario Kart Tour)
Drive better than the taxis while you’re zooming around the roads on this track.
Race around this absolute treat of a track, one that hasn’t appeared in any other Mario Kart game at the time of writing.
Snow Land (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
Keep your eyes on the road around this beautifully frosty track as you try to beat everyone who opposes you.
Sydney Sprint (Mario Kart Tour)
Cruise around and enjoy the sights of this iconic city as you outpace the competition in this track.
Waluigi Pinball (Mario Kart DS)
Don’t get bumped around too much on this track as you race to the finish line on a truly classic entry.
Berlin Byways (Mario Kart Tour)
Another port from the mobile game, Berlin Byways has Thwomps that try to smash you on the side of the road, but you can bounce off of them for an air boost.
Boo Lake (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
We love when Nintendo remakes the SNES and GBA courses because they are so much more inventive than their originals. That is the case here with Boo Lake adding underwater portions.
Maple Treeway (Mario Kart Wii)
You bounce between trees and have to avoid getting stomped on by a big Wiggler with this classic Wii track.
London Loop (Mario Kart Tour)
The tour takes you through England’s most iconic city now equipped Chain Chomps.
Merry Mountain (Mario Kart Tour)
Get ready for the holidays with a trip through this heavily Christmas-decorated village in the snowy mountains.
Peach Garden (Mario Kart DS)
This bright and bountiful DS track has made a return with a lot of big visual upgrades to revitalize it.
Rainbow Road (Mario Kart 7)
The 3DS’ arguably best take on Rainbow Road has racers going through an asteroid field and racing along planet rings and moons.
Rock Rock Mountain (Mario Kart 7)
Racers go up and down a mountain while also sailing through the valley in this great 3DS track.