Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Guide: How To Get Gold Mario And Gold Kart Parts

There are different characters in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe that players can choose from, although most players love to play as the titular character - Mario. The cool thing is, gamers can actually access a gold version of him and his kart. However, they need to complete every objective for each part before participating in 200cc trial.

Unlocking gold parts for Mario is not easy. According to Twinfinite, getting the gold kart parts in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe requires skills, as winning every race is not very easy. There are three parts for the vehicle. First, players need to get the gold kart body. To do that, they must get a star rank in every Grand Prix in Mirror Mode.

For the gold tires, players must defeat every ghost in 150cc time trial race. Lastly, the gold glider requires 10,000 coins. If they manage to complete every mission for each part, they can now assemble their very own gold kart for Mario.

Once they have their own gold kart in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, they can now join in the 200cc time trial to get the gold Mario. In order to win, they must make sure that every kart part is strongly built. Speed is one component; but if their kart does not have a powerful body, they can crash easily.

Next, driving their kart properly is a must. Knowing when to apply the brakes is necessary to prevent crashing, as per GameRant. Sometimes, when players are rushing, they tend to lose, which is why they need to be careful at all times.

Lastly, they have to win at least 12 times in the 200cc race. If they manage to finish all three objectives, they can get the Gold Mario as a new skin for Mario. No need to worry though, as players can still access the original look for the world's beloved plumber.

Hopefully, fans can access Mario's gold kart and Golden Mario in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. There are other characters they can choose from in the racing game; but if they want the plumber, they should focus on him first.

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