Mario Kart” is a series of go-kart-style racing video games developed and published by Nintendo. So, what should the fans expect in the latest updates of the game?

Mario Kart 8 became widely popular because it is simple to play, it offers plenty of content and also puts in loved and hated characters in a new venue, where fans can use them in a whole new way. Though it has only eight offerings so far, it has sold over 115 million units.

The latest updates just for Nintendo Switch

Now, its latest franchise, "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" is selling like hot doughnuts in the market.

Many fans are enraged by the fact that it is only available through Nintendo Switch which is very hard to get. Lucky are those who have the game and the console. The least they can do is to play the game to honor those envious and also those who have difficulty getting the game.

If you own a Nintendo Switch and you have not yet gotten your hands on a copy of the game, the good news is it’s not too late to score a big 20 percent discount on your copy of MK 8 from Amazon. You just need to be a Prime Subscriber to get the discount and if you are not, do not fret, because you can always sign up for a free 30-day Prime trial.

Despite the fact that not everyone can play the game, fans still see the "Mario Kart 8" game as a good one.

Several fans of the hit video game think that the effects and the game itself are great enough to keep the users happy. There is no doubt that a lot of people want to play racing games whether or not they play it alone or with their friends in a battle mode.

Deluxe features and updates

Here are some of the key features of MK 8.

You can play it anytime, anywhere. You can also race your friends or battle them in a revised battle mode on both new and returning battle courses. Another thing is you can play locally in up to 4-player multiplayer mode in 1080p while playing in TV Mode. Plus there are returning favorites, such as King Boo, Dry Bones, and Bowser Jr.

and all-new guest characters.

Speaking of a new character, Sonic paved the way to "MK 8 Deluxe." Though he is already in Smash Bros, on the titular racing game, he still fits very well into MK 8 Deluxe. In this latest addition the hedgehog still looks and drives like Sonic, but he sounds like a Metal Mario. Game followers are even joking about the need for Sonic to drive a cart if he can run faster than it.

As of now, Sonic is yet to confirm the all of the speculation about "Mario Kart 8."