Nintendo Delays Mario Kart Tour to Later in 2019

01 February, 2019, 08:25 | Author: Patty Hardy
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Nintendo has announced a new expansion to its mobile games business.

The details in the Nikkei piece seem to line up with a DigiTimes report which, citing supply chain sources, claimed that Nintendo will release a cheaper version of the Switch in 2019. Nintendo is reportedly planning to release a smaller, more portable Nintendo Switch at some point this year, potentially lowering the cost of the console in the process and making it easier for even more people to buy one.

A quarterly record of 9.41 million Switch machines were sold between October and December last year, marking a 30 percent year-over-year increase.

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The medicine-themed puzzle spin-off of the proper Mario series first debuted in 1990, giving players the task of removing viruses by matching them together. Pokemon: Let's Go, meanwhile, shifted 10 million, and Super Mario Party, which launched on October 5th, sold 5.3 million. There's some bad news though: you're going to have to wait a little longer than expected. But just how popular are the Switch's biggest games? The company said that "couldn't comment" on their plans for the product, but has informed multiple suppliers and game development companies that they intend to release them as early as 2019.

And on the mobile side Mario Kart Tour has been delayed from before April until sometime this summer, although since nothing has ever been seen of the game it's hard to know how to feel about that.

Like all of Nintendo's mobile experiments, I'll at least scope it out.



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