Nintendo has released the second multiplayer beta for its Mario Kart Tour mobile app.The second multiplayer test is available to all players and not just Gold Pass subscribers, the official tweet notes. To access the mode, tap Menu, and then Multiplayer in-game.Mario Kart Tour did not have a multiplayer mode when it launched last year. However, Nintendo later released the first beta for Gold Pass subscribers. A public rollout of the mode is still awaited.
Nintendo is bringing the second multiplayer beta to its Mario Kart Tour game.In its official tweet, the company announced that the second multiplayer test is 'on the way' and all players will be able to join in the beta.The previous version was limited to players with Mario Kart Tour Gold Pass that costs USD 4.99 per month. When Mario Kart Tour launched in September 2019, it was a single-player experience.