If you’ve been waiting for a good Mario Kart game for a while, you’re going to have to wait for a long time.
That’s because the game’s developers have announced that the game is getting a major update to fix the issue.
Mario Kart creator Shigeru Miyamoto announced the update on Twitter on Friday.
The update will fix framerate issues on certain tracks, but also introduce a brand new feature that will allow players to take control of a racer while they’re running, and to be able to see other racers’ position on the track.
It’s an important feature, because it allows players to see where they are, but there’s also a new feature to track control that will let players make their own tracks, and play with other players on their custom tracks.
Mario Maker will get a brand-new update soon, and players will be able share their tracks and play them with other people.
The game’s first season will continue in 2019.
Nintendo is also working on a sequel to the Mario Kart series, called Mario Kart Arcade GP.
Mario Racing series producer Toshihiro Shiraishi said in a tweet that the title will also be getting a new update soon.
Mario & Friends: Superstar Saga is coming to Wii U, Nintendo confirmed on Friday, and will launch on March 22, 2019.
Mario Golf series producer Yasuyuki Kawada said that the sequel will launch in 2020.
Mario Sports Superstars will arrive on Wii U in 2022.
There are other updates coming soon for Mario Kart.
On the Wii U eShop, Mario Kart 7 will receive a brand spankin’ new trailer, and Nintendo is updating the game to be more user-friendly.
The Mario Kart brand will be available on the eShop in 2019, and the game will also receive an update that will include the option to play offline.
Mario Party series producer Yoshiaki Koizumi said on Twitter that a new version of the game, Mario Party: Stars vs. Stars, will be launching in 2021.
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash will be released in 2021, and Mario Kart: Super Circuit will launch as an eShop title in 2022 and 2023.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is coming in 2021 and 2022, and it will launch for Nintendo Switch in 2022, 2023, and 2024.
Nintendo announced a few new games for the Switch on Friday: Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire for Nintendo 3DS and Switch, and Splatoon 2 for Nintendo 4 and Switch.
Mario has a lot of games coming to the Switch, including a new Mario Kart and Mario Party game.
There’s also some Switch titles coming to Nintendo TV, including Mario Tennis Open.