With the launch of Mario Kart 8 just one month away, Nintendo has few details it has yet to share about the game, which will receive its own Wii U bundle next month. Of the details the publisher now offers on the game's site is a listing of the 32 race tracks players will tackle in late May, half of which are new courses, the rest being reimagined circuits from other games in the series.

We got our hands on the eight retro courses in the shell and banana cups during our video preview of the game. The other eight familiar tracks are as follows: Wario Stadium (DS), Sherbet Land (GCN), Melody Motorway (3DS) and Yoshi Valley (N64) in the Leaf Cup as well as Tick-Tock Clock (DS), Piranha Plant Pipeway (3DS), Grumble Volcano (Wii) and Rainbow Road (N64) in the Lightning Cup.

Head past the break for the full list of the 32 race tracks and eight battle courses in the game. Mario Kart 8 launches May 30 on Wii U, and those that register their copy of the game on Club Nintendo by July 31 will receive one free Wii U game on the eShop.
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Mario Kart 8 (4/2/14)

Mushroom Cup
  • Mario Kart Stadium
  • Water Park
  • Sweet Sweet Canyon
  • Thwomp Ruins
Flower Cup
  • Mario Circuit
  • Toad Harbour
  • Twisted Mansion
  • Shy Guy Falls
Star Cup
  • Sunshine Airport
  • Dolphin Shoals
  • Electrodome
  • Mount Wario
Special Cup
  • Cloudtop Cruise
  • Bone Dry Dunes
  • Bowser's Castle
  • Rainbow Road
Shell Cup
  • Moo Moo Meadows (Wii)
  • Mario Circuit (GBA)
  • Cheep Cheep Beach (DS)
  • Toad's Turnpike (N64)
Banana Cup
  • Dry Dry Desert (GCN)
  • Donut Plains 3 (SNES)
  • Royal Raceway (N64)
  • DK Jungle (3DS)
Leaf Cup
  • Wario Stadium (DS)
  • Sherbet Land (GCN)
  • Music Park (3DS)
  • Yoshi Valley (N64)
Lightning Cup
  • Tick-Tock Clock (DS)
  • Piranha Plant Slide (3DS)
  • Grumble Volcano (Wii)
  • Rainbow Road (N64)
Battle Mode Courses
  • Moo Moo Meadows (Wii)
  • Dry Dry Desert (GCN)
  • Donut Plains 3 (SNES)
  • Toad's Turnpike (N64)
  • Mario Circuit
  • Toad Harbour
  • Sherbet Land (GCN)
  • Yoshi Valley (N64)
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This article was originally published on Joystiq.