Mario Kart Tour Beta Dates Revealed For Next Month

Mario Kart Tour Beta Dates Revealed For Next Month

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Mario Kart Tour is still slated to launch at some point this summer, and now we know when you'll be able to get your hands on the game for the first time. The Mario Kart Tour beta will be kicking off next month in May, but for Android users only.

From May 22 to June 4, Android users in North America and Japan will be able to take part in the Mario Kart Tour beta. You can now head over to the official Nintendo website and sign up for the beta, but you only have from now until May 7 to sign up.

Other than the beta signups going live, we know only that Mario Kart Tour will release at some point in Summer 2019. Mario Kart Tour was due for release in Q1 2019, but was delayed by Nintendo to ensure the game released at a higher quality level.

Here's hoping Mario Kart Tour will have a simultaneous worldwide release on iOS and Android, unlike Dragalia Lost. Nintendo's most recent mobile release launched in Japan months before a western release, and didn't appear in the UK iOS and Android stores until months after it launched in the US.

You can get all the latest on Nintendo's mobile entry in its hugely successful karting series by checking out our complete guide to Mario Kart Tour.

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