Mario Kart 8 will feature four classic tracks from previous entries in the series including Mario Circuit from GBA classic Mario Kart Super Circuit, Tick-Tock Clock from Mario Kart DS, Grumble Volcano from Mario Kart Wii and DK Jungle from Mario Kart 7 on 3DS.
GameXplain has been kind enough to put together this comparison video to see how the new versions of the tracks stack up against the originals.
Mario Kart 8 will be released on May 30th. It will be the first game in the series on Nintendo’s Wii U console, and it’s also the first time the series will make the jump to high definition graphics. Stay tuned for more Mario Kart 8 news on LootChaser!