Super Nintendo World's website design seemingly leaks, reveals Mario Kart ride

As if I needed any more convincing.

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It seems that Super Nintendo World will put you in the kart.


It seems Super Nintendo World has suffered another leak, giving us a glimpse of the upcoming theme park's website layout and Mario Kart ride. The leak apparently came from a web designer's Vimeo account, as previously reported by Nintendo Life.

The designer also scrolls to a section with pictures of real people on the Mario Kart ride.

The theme park's grand opening  at Universal Studios Japan was meant to happen this summer, but has been delayed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. The US version of the park was meant to open in 2023, but the company said on Monday that construction has been delayed indefinitely.

Nintendo didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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