'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' Track List: What levels are in 'MK8 Deluxe' for Switch?

The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe track list is one of the best things about the Nintendo Switch game. The series is known for combining old tracks from previous games with new original tracks. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe keeps up the tradition. Players grabbing the Nintendo Switch edition of Mario Kart 8 can expect some of their old favorites in full 1080p, as well as new tracks that first debuted on the Wii U. 

But which of the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tracks from the DLC can you expect? Scroll down for the entire list of levels.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Tracks: The levels included in MK8 on Switch

Thwomp RuinsSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Mario Kart Racing Wiki

Mushroom Cup

• Mario Kart Stadium

Toad HarborSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Super Mario Wiki

Flower Cup

• Mario Circuit

Sunshine AirportSource: 'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe'/Super Luigi Bros.

Star Cup

• Sunshine Airport

Rainbow RoadSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Tor

Special Cup

• Cloudtop Cruise

Yoshi CircuitSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Mario Kart Racing Wiki

Egg Cup

• Yoshi Circuit (from GameCube)

Baby ParkSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Polygon

Crossing Cup

• Baby Park (from Gamecube)

Toad's TurnpikeSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Popelburg/YouTube

Shell Cup

• Moo Moo Meadows (from Wii)

Dry Dry DesertSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Zachariah Debrincat/YouTube

Banana Cup

• Dry Dry Desert (from Gamecube)

Wario StadiumSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Game Revolution

Leaf Cup

• Wario Stadium (from DS)

Rainbow RoadSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Trainer Hinaru

Lightning Cup

• Tick-Tock Clock (from DS)

Hyrule CircuitSource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Rooster Teeth

Triforce Cup

• Wario's Gold Mine (from Wii)

Neo Bowser CitySource: 'Mario Kart 8'/Mario Kart Racing Wiki

Bell Cup:

• Neo Bowser City (from 3DS)

Check out more Mario Kart 8 Deluxe news and coverage

If you're anxious to get racing in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, check out our video gameplay of the first 20 minutes of the game and find out the characters the game needs ASAP. Learn how you can buy the game bundled with the console, including one bundle from Nintendo. Or play Mario Kart 64 on a newer console instead, if you're looking for a nostalgia fix.