|Modes||Single Player, Multiplayer|
|Platforms||Wii U, 3DS|
|Series||The Legend Of Zelda|
The game is shown to be largely centered around The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, as the characters' designs are from that title. Many of the advertisements and promotional content, and even the boxart, feature tracks like Hyrule Field.
The core gameplay is about the same as the Mario Kart series, but with new features, such as Special Moves. Up to twelve players race on a chosen track with its own unique style and potential hazards. Grabbed items can be used to put you at an advantage. There are three laps in a single race, although this can be customized.
There is a very large variety of characters, ranging from The Legend of Zelda to Hyrule Warriors. Each has their own costumes and colors.
|Link||The Legend of Zelda||The Hero of Legend is back, and this time, he's ready to show off his skills on the track. He is a medium-weight class character.|
|Zelda||The Legend of Zelda||With her magic and wit, the princess of Hyrule is sure to become quite the foe on the road. She is a medium-weight class character.|
|Sheik||Ocarina of Time||Sheik is not the type of person you want to let your guard down around. She will strike when you least expect it. She is a light-weight class character.|
|Ganondorf||Ocarina of Time||Ganondorf is up to no good again, and he will stop at nothing to cross the finish line first. Watch out for his trickery. He is a heavy-weight class character.|
|Darunia||Ocarina of Time||Darunia, king of the Gorons, is ready to roll. Armed with his trusty hammer and immense strength, he is not one to be easily outmatched. He is a heavy-weight class character.|
|Princess Ruto||Ocarina of Time||Princess Ruto, one of the Seven Sages, is here to win. Her signature item, the Zora Scale, allows her to use a large variety of water attacks. She is a light-weight class character.|
|Impa||The Legend of Zelda||Impa, one of the last Sheikah and a member of the Seven Sages, is not here to fool around. She is extremely agile and smart. She is a light-weight class character.|
|Tingle||Majora's Mask||Tingle, Tingle! Kooloo-Limpah! Don't be fooled by Tingle's less-than-intimidating appearance. He may surprise you. He is a medium-weight class character.|
|Young Link||Ocarina of Time||Although he is just a child, he is arguably the strongest incarnation of Link. This little guy can pack a punch. He is a light-weight class character.|
|Toon Link||Four Swords||He may be just a more cartoonish Link, but that doesn't make him any less fierce a foe. Toon Link can control the wind, and even has a huge inventory of items at his disposal. He is a medium-weight class character.|
Arguably the most important part of the game is the mounts. These act as the vehicles seen in most standard racing games. There are live mounts, such as Epona or the Loftwings. Despite this, there is still a large number of things fashioned into karts, like the Spirit Speeder.
Tracks are the areas in which the characters race. They are split into five different cups, each containing ten tracks.
A Story Mode is set to appear, which can unlock various stages, mounts, and characters.