Australian development studio Black Delta have announced highly anticipated kart racing simulator KartKraft is moving into a limited participation closed Beta program prior to a delayed public launch on June 4th. Originally intended for a Q1 2016 release, Black Delta today announced the forthcoming title will run a closed Beta available to a limited number of the community who can provide a "focused, hands-on gameplay feedback" approach. Interest in becoming a beta tester for the title can be registered at the Black Delta members website. Those who fail to make the initial beta schedule will get another opportunity in the coming weeks and months as Black Delta propose sending invites out to to additional players at a later date. Initial invitations to members who express an interest are due to be sent as early as next week. It is advised to act fast if you want to be one of the first people to try out this exciting new title. "Scheduled for a June release on Steam’s Early Access, Unreal Engine 4 powered KartKraft, is an intense, hyper realistic kart racing game with real kart physics, laser scanned circuits, and a never-before-seen racing sandbox mode. Players can customize their avatar, kart and team with products from partners including FREEM, Alpinestars, CRG, IAME, MIR, Sparco, Arai, Arrow, Monaco, Praga, Sodikart and many more." Check out the recent exclusive interview with Black Delta at our KartKraft forum here on RaceDepartment and keep abreast of all the latest news and info. Will you be registering interest in becoming a beta tester? Disappointed by yet another delay? Leave your comments below!