Nintendo added an odd limitation to Mario Kart eight Deluxe when taking part in it within the two-player Wireless Play mode.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe helps a number of totally different play modes on the Nintendo Switch, because of the console’s moveable nature.
The recreation could be performed with a pair of Joy-Con controllers, a single Joy-Con controller held horizontally, or a Pro Controller. Two gamers may play in split-screen through the Wireless Play mode, however there’s one restriction you’ll have to remember.
As reported by Polygon, the choice for every participant to make use of a pair of Joy-Con controllers is greyed out. Your different possibility is for every participant to make use of one Joy-Con controller – horizontally, or for every to sync their Pro Controllers.
It’s not totally clear why Nintendo put this limitation in place, nevertheless it could possibly be as a result of Bluetooth bandwidth getting used when the console is in tabletop mode. The Switch clearly helps simultaneous controllers to be linked, however the quantity, and options, range from recreation to recreation.
Mario Kart eight is out April 28 on the Nintendo Switch.