Move ogre Mario, Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing is coming to Switch

While we don’t have a Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing release date just yet, we already can’t wait to drift with Donkey through some exciting tracks.

Screenshot of Shrek in his kart for Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing news

Get ready for some Shrekciting racing, with a Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing release date roaring down the tracks. With characters from Shrek, Boss Baby, Kung Fu Panda, and more all up for some high-speed hijinks, you can drift with the best of them to take the title of Far Far Away’s champion racer. That’s something you can’t say about many other racing games.

Joining fellow Switch mascot racers such as Mario Kart 8, Garfield Kart: Furious Racing, and Disney Speedstorm, Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing is solid fun for all the family, with countless courses inspired by locations from the studios’ films. You can meet up with Madagascar’s Mort by zooming through New York City Zoo or book a meeting with the Boss Baby by drifting through Boss Corp.

It’s interesting to note that the developer on hand for Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing, Bamtang Games, is also responsible for the Nickelodeon Kart Racer series. The studio is bringing all that experience to the table in this title with customizable karts, shortcuts galore, and online game modes.

Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing release date speculation

Unfortunately, we don’t have an exact Dreamworks All-Star Kart release date just yet. Still, the release window is in 2023, so we’re hoping to see Shrek shred some rubber this side of Christmas. You can check out the trailer below.

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There you have it, all you need to know about Dreamworks All-Star Kart Racing boosting onto Switch. While you’re here, be sure to grab some freebies with our AFK Arena codes, NBA 2K Mobile codes, and Coin Master free spins.