Australian development team Black Delta have shown off some new in game images of hotly anticipated kart racing title KartKraft as the current limited participation closed beta continues into its second week. Complimenting the already impressive images and short teaser video released by the studio this latest batch of screenshots goes some way to pacifying those of us who were not fortunate enough to be accepted in the first rounds of beta invitations. Due for release on Windows PC in June 2016 and console at a later, as yet unannounced date, KartKraft is shaping up to become the premier title for racers who prefer their weapons of choice without suspension or seat belts. With the current beta program only available to a limited number of invited participants from those who registered recently no details are available regarding progress on the title, however visually the game very much looks the part and should offer plenty of entertainment when it finally hits our digital shelves later in the year. Black Delta have confirmed that each week additional members of the public will be invited to partake in the beta testing program so don't despair if you are still awaiting your opportunity to play the game, you still have a chance! It has been a difficult few weeks for the Australian studio after announcing closed beta registration the team were targeted by a malicious bot attack with approximately 15,000 fake applications submitted to the team. Work has been undertaken to ensure this false applications are removed and security measures put in place to prevent similar issues in the future. Despite this unfortunate setback the team behind KartKraft are back in full swing as development races ahead prior to the title's full release in June. If you are interested in learning more about KartKraft and the team behind the game have a look at our recent interview with CEO Zach Griffin and head over to our KartKraft forum right here on RaceDepartment. Excited by the title? Looking forward to release? Let us know in the comments section below!