Find out which course in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best in wave 5, which has both new and old race tracks.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is still one of the Nintendo Switch’s most popular games. This game keeps you interested because you can race with your friends on dozens of tracks and listen to a swinging music. With the Booster Course DLC, which added 48 tracks from other Mario Kart games, Nintendo kept the fun going.
Wave 5 brings back some old riders and courses, and Squeaky Clean Sprint adds an all-new course to the series. Let’s take a look at this wide range of tracks, from the Greek-themed Athens Dash to the busy Moonview Highway.
Sunset Wilds, which was first seen in Mario Kart Super Circuit, is back in Wave 5. At first, the course was set up to look like a tribe Shy Guy camp. This idea was changed so that we would instead be at an excavation site full of Shy Guy workers. In this new version, Sunset Wilds’ beautiful orange-red glow is kept and even made better.
There are a few wide turns on this track that need tight sliding to do right. Sunset Wilds is similar to other Super Circuit tracks, but it doesn’t have much of a “wow factor.”
In Mario Kart Wii, the Moonview Highway course is a city race where you have to drive through traffic going in the opposite direction. The movie takes place at night in a big city, and the bright lights from the buildings and other cars show what it’s like to drive in the city at night. When you’re racing in a city, the traffic coming towards you can be a big problem.
To do this, you have to move between the cars coming at you and the Bob-omb cars. Moonview Highway has a great sense of speed because there are boost panels and jumps all over the course that let you do tricks and add to your speed.
Koopa Cape is a beautiful river that first showed up in Mario Kart Wii. It is named after the turtle of the same name. In Koopa Cape, racers follow the current of a fast-moving river as they try to drive through an underground pipe. The coolest thing about this track is the trick jumps that are spread out all over it. The ramps were made to fit the bikes that were added to Mario Kart Wii.
Those who know how to slide well can keep their speed steady. In the underwater part of Koopa Cape, you can see many different kinds of sea life before being shot out and sent back on the loop.
Vancouver Velocity cools things down with a winter-themed track that is based on the largest city in British Columbia. At night, bright lights are always nice to look at, and Vancouver Velocity is no exception. The course also goes through some of the city’s most famous spots, like a suspension bridge, which is a reference to the Bridge Park.
Vancouver Velocity is a Mario Kart Tour race, so it changes every lap. This makes it hard because you’ll be challenged each time. A great way to end a movie is by racing through an ice-dancing rink.
Los Angeles Laps
Like the Maka Wuhu track in Mario Kart 7, Los Angeles Laps is made up of different parts that make up one full lap. With this method, you can see a lot of the city while moving. You’ll start in an amusement park and fly over a baseball field before flying along the beach boardwalk and into the city.
The whole course is beautiful, and the best thing about this kind of course is that each “lap” is different, so it never gets old. Los Angeles Laps has a lot of short cuts, so your more skilled friends can use everything this course has to offer.
Daisy Cruiser is back in Mario Kart Double Dash. It’s just as fun as it was before. Setting the right setting is the bright sun shining down on the ship. A lot of things come together to make an exciting course: racing through the pool on the deck, weaving through the dining room while dodging tables, and the cruiser’s flooded basement, which can be used as an alternative route.
Daisy Cruiser is not a hard track, but it doesn’t have to be. The fun comes from the friendly setting and the fact that you can go in any direction you want. The course is short and easy enough that anyone, no matter how skilled, can enjoy it.
Athens Dash, the first course of the Feather Cup, is a tough trip through the city. There are a few hurdles that will test how well you can drive at high speeds. You’ll have to avoid things like the columns of the building, falling rocks from a nearby mountain, and bats flying through holes.
Athens Dash is hard, and it’s not just because the features in the course are so beautiful. It’s one of the best Eggy Car tracks because of how well it’s put together.
Squeaky Clean Sprint
Wave 5 DLC for this Switch game adds one new track, Squeaky Clean Sprint. Which is a creative track that is fun to race on. You’ll be a tiny version of yourself going through a bathroom, which is as fun as it sounds.
Ingenious hurdles include driving through a bathtub drain, being shot into the air by a toilet. And being moved around by house fans. Even though Squeaky Clean Sprint is a fairly easy race, the natural beauty of the course makes it more than worth remembering.