• Colt Canyon - Available from December 1-31
• Bladed Fury - Available from December 16 - January 15
Eight more courses are bringing festive fun to the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game with the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass DLC* for the Nintendo Switch system on Dec. 7! With the addition of Wave 3 courses, 24 of the 48 courses in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass will be available to play.
The Wave 3 courses include the frolicking fields of DS Peach Gardens and the frosty merriment of Merry Mountain, which features seasonal sights and sounds to take in while cruising around the track’s frigid peaks and towering pines. Plus, enjoy the colorful views of London Loop from the Mario Kart Tour mobile game and navigate galactic turns in the 3DS Rainbow Road course, just to name a few. To see all eight Wave 3 courses in action, check out an overview trailer here: https://mariokart8.nintendo.com/booster-course-pass/.
Wave 3 features the Rock Cup and the Moon Cup, with classic courses appearing from the Mario Kart series across the Wii, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and Mario Kart Tour games. Each course can be played locally or online. Cups are divided as follows:
With the upcoming launch of Wave 3, which will join Wave 1 and Wave 2, half of the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass courses will be playable, with another 24 still to come next year! The roster of currently raceable courses already includes Wii Coconut Mall, N64 Choco Mountain, DS Waluigi Pinball, Wii Mushroom Gorge and Sky-High Sundae, as well as Ninja Hideaway, New York Minute and Tokyo Blur from Mario Kart Tour, and more. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass includes six separate waves, with eight courses each, which will all be released by the end of 2023.
Happy anniversary to @Disney and @Pixar's @toystory! Prepare to shrink down for your next big adventure with Buzz Lightyear and Woody on December 6th when Disney Dreamlight Valley's second update launches on all platforms.✨ pic.twitter.com/mg9Bc2YJbF— Disney Dreamlight Valley (@DisneyDLV) November 22, 2022
PlayStation introduced these 20 titles last week, and as promised, all of them are now accessible to play with particular PlayStation Plus subscriptions as of today. Here's a look at all 20 games:
As previously mentioned, Google is refunding any software purchases made through the Stadia Retail (such as games, DLC, in-game currency, and current pre-orders) and hardware purchases made through the Google Store; physical store purchases cannot be returned. Hardware that qualifies includes:
Stadia Pro subscriptions will not be returned, although members can continue to play their Pro titles until the closure. Those who acquired a subscription on or after September 29, 2022 and were charged for it will get their money refunded.
Refunds will be granted in the same method of payment that was used to make the transaction. If that account is no longer available, Google will send an email with instructions for setting up an other means of getting the refund.
Users may have already received an email informing them of the status of their refund. Although payments are currently being made, this does not guarantee that you will receive yours today or this week. This will be a phased deployment that will last until January 18. There's no telling when you'll get your refund, so eligible customers should keep a watch on their inbox and bank account over the next several days or weeks.
The final event will be place on December 3 at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET. According to Eurogamer, this information was provided via a title card displayed at the end of the Fortnite Champion Series, which took place over the weekend.
Unfortunately, Epic Games only hinted the end of Fortnite's Fracture era. What happens in Chapter 4 or how this concluding event will play out is uncertain. Fortunately, we won't have to wait long because the event begins in just a few weeks.
If past Fortnite chapter finales are any indication, anticipate massive PvE fights throughout the island, plenty of spectacle, an exciting climax, and, of course, some downtime while the game prepares to launch the new chapter.