Here are the various differences between Mario Kart 8’s original and deluxe versions!

Mario Kart has long been a racing genre mainstay. However, it is significantly more approachable to folks who aren’t racing lovers because the series frequently plays out more like a duel than a full-fledged race. The goal of Mario Kart is to sabotage your opponents with banana peels or turtle shells, not to see who is the greatest racer.

In 2014, Mario Kart 8 was released for the Wii U. But, as we all know, the Wii U was relatively short-lived due to poor financial performance. However, with the release of the Switch in 2017, Nintendo chose to release Mario Kart 8 in a Deluxe package to avoid the title languishing on failed hardware.