And among the multiple changes it removed one of the Inkling Girl's gestures considered to be really offensive for some European players. It was used by Inkling Girl as a celebratory sign.
To many players, that doesn't have much significance beyond signaling that this girl likes to brag about how fast she is; it also recalls the iconic Rosie the Riveter, a inspirational wartime icon. Somehow Nintendo didn't know that was a gesture that didn't mean nice things. Essentially, it seems to say, "up yours".
That's a little too blue by Nintendo's standards, which explains why the animation has been revised.
Also, in Worldwide and Regional modes, the game now adds players to Mirror and 200cc matches less often.
Can now properly create a friend lobby when you have 100 or more friends.
Tournament clock now properly reflects real-world time.
According to Games Spot, the expression in the "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" involves in raising a clenched fist while the other arm holds the raised bicep. You would imagine the surprise of gamers seeing this in-game... From now on the latest update for this title is available, which will take you to version 1.1.
Of course, the new "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" patch is not just about fixing the above-mentioned animation. The console-handheld hybrid was released in early March and has been popular ever since, with stores struggling to keep them in stock.
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