Mario Kart Tour Characters - How to Unlock All Characters

Mario Kart Tour Characters - How to Unlock All Characters

Here's our guide to all the Mario Kart Tour characters, and how to unlock each one.

You can find the usual suspects in Mario Kart Tour in the character roster, with the likes of Mario, Peach, Bowser, and more making an appearance. But there are rare characters hidden away within the game like Metal Mario, Pauline, Dry Bowser, and many more. In this Mario Kart Tour characters guide, we'll be providing you with a full list of every character in Nintendo's new mobile game, including your chances of obtaining them.

Mario Kart Tour Characters List

Just below, you can find a complete list of all the Mario Kart Tour characters. Keep in mind that Nintendo will likely be adding additional characters to the game through limited events. If this is the case, we'll update the list below straight away.

  • Mario
  • Peach
  • Yoshi
  • Bowser
  • Daisy
  • Koopa Troopa
  • Dry Bones
  • Dry Bowser
  • Shy Guy
  • Toad
  • Toadette
  • Peachette
  • Donkey Kong
  • Diddy Kong
  • Metal Mario

How to Unlock New Characters

At the beginning of Mario Kart Tour, you actually won't have any characters unlocked. Characters are unlocked through a pipe, that you need to pull down and release to obtain a randomized character. It's basically a loot box, and in the sections below, we'll list out the Nintendo-provided odds of obtaining characters through the pipe.

Character Rarity Levels in Mario Kart Tour

Normal, 5% appearance rate:

  • Koopa Troopa
  • Dry Bones
  • Baby Daisy
  • Baby Mario
  • Baby Peach
  • Shy Guy

Super, 1% appearance rate:

  • Donkey Kong
  • Toad
  • Bowser
  • Mario
  • Peach
  • Yoshi
  • Daisy
  • Diddy Kong
  • Toadette

High-end, 0.3% appearance rate:

  • Dry Bowser
  • Metal Mario
  • Peachette

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