Nintendo Switch

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Has Been Updated To Version 1.4.0

Nintendo has given Mario Kart 8 Deluxe players an early Christmas present. A brand new update has been released for the game, putting it at version 1.4.0. A couple of months have passed since the game was last updated. This update focuses on language support, adding Traditional Chinese , Simplified Chinese and Korean. We’ve included the entire patch notes down below, so feel free to check them out.

  • Language support for Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean has now been implemented.
    • You can change languages in Settings on your console.
  • An issue has been resolved that prevented background music from playing after you reach the finish line.
  • When you download update data (Ver.1.4.0), you will no longer be able to engage in local play or LAN play with those still using Version 1.2.1 or earlier.

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8 comments

  1. More word on this MK8 Port that I don’t understand why even exists. Once again, till the next official Mario Kart game with NEW Nitro and Retro Tracks for the Switch is announcement, I will not be getting one myself. The tradition has been 1 new game per system, of which I’m sure has been Hideki Konno’s goal, ports of which do not apply.

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    1. Same could be said for a solo Switch Zelda title… if Nintendo were smart, they could return in Switch year 3 and announce new titles either for later that year or in year 4 of a new Zelda title that is developed exclusively for the Switch and perhaps a Mario Kart title… I think that the tradition could be broken with MK though, only because there is so many tracks and characters and there is such a vast discrepency between the Wii and Wii U user base that there are, in their minds, 100 million people who didn’t play MK 8 on Wii U

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  2. Any Switch Mario Kart game is likely to be late in the Switch’s life-cycle I’m afraid. Although I do hold out a small hope for A Smash Bros. Switch being created sooner than that. If they end up porting Smash U though, you can put that to bed.

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