Nintendo has released a track list for “Mario Kart 8,” which it will launch on May 30. The racer will feature 32 tracks: 16 new circuits and 16 circuits based on tracks from previous versions of the popular Nintendo franchise.

Users will have the ability to play time trials, match modes and grand prix races. The game will also have eight cups, each with its own four circuits.

Last week, more features of the game were announced, including in-game items and anti-gravity racing abilities.

“This is the eighth game in the series, and when we work on a Mario Kart title, we work on courses and we create them, and then we work on them again, and again, and again, and we revise until we come up with something that we think is going to be fun for everyone to play over and over again. So we have a lot of confidence in our ability to do so, but we understand what a tough challenge it is to create those courses,“ Konno explained during a roundtable discussion at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco in late March.

The game's courses are listed below.

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

Mario Circuit

Cheep Cheep Beach

Toad's Turnpike

Banana Cup

Dry Dry Desert

Donut Plains 3

Royal Raceway

DK Jungle

Leaf Cup

Wario Stadium

Sherbet Land

Melody Motorway

Yoshi Valley

Lightning Cup

Tick-Tock Clock

Piranha Plant Pipeway

Grumble Volcano

Rainbow Road

Battle Mode Courses

Moo Moo Meadows

Dry Dry Desert

Donut Plains 3

Toad's Turnpike

Mario Circuit

Toad Harbour

Sherbet Land

Yoshi Valley