DLC Pack 2 was originally scheduled to arrive in May. The expansion, which requires 1 GB of storage space, adds three racers — Isabelle, Villager and Dry Bowser (a skeletal version of Mario's nemesis) — along with four vehicles and eight tracks to Mario Kart 8.
The Animal Crossing-themed course included in the DLC pack changes seasons every time you play. And Nintendo put together a special backing track for the course: a "souped-up racing version of the Animal Crossing theme, recorded live in-studio," according to Iwata.
For more on Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 2, check out the trailer above.