Black Delta, the studio behind upcoming Kart racing simulation KartKraft, have revealed a whole host of new preview images from the current closed beta development build of the game. With many pictures showcasing the impressive wet conditions found in game, the latest images indicate development of this much anticipated title continues at a high pace. Featuring shots from Geelong Kart Club, GoKart Club Of Victoria and the Paul Fletcher International (PFI) circuit in England all taken unedited and straight from the in game action, KartKraft already looks like it could become one of the most visually impressive racing titles available in the current marketplace. Development news relating to KartKraft has been a little thin on the ground recently, no doubt those not lucky enough to be included in the closed beta programme will be excited to hear how the game is developing. With the development beta currently at version 0.1.0.433, the studio over in Australia anticipate public Early Access release to be available in the coming weeks. No official release date has yet been confirmed while development continues, however at its current rate of progression fans can expect to see it available to purchase in a matter of weeks rather than months. From the KartKraft info log: Which tracks will be available? KartKraft features well known kart racing tracks from around the world, all laser scanned and accurate down to the last mm. We have already announced Geelong, PFI London and Atlanta Motorsport Club and GKCV, and more are being added all the time. Stay tuned for more news as we head into the final weeks before release. Which kart chassis will be available? 16 officially licensed kart chassis will be available from Arrow, CRG, Deadly, Formula K, Monaco, OK1, Praga and Sodi Kart. Will modding be supported? We'll be revealing more about modding in KartKraft closer to release. However we can confirm you will be able to develop mods through Steam Workshop. (Support will be added during Early Access). Will KartKraft support a multiplayer racing mode? Yes, the multiplayer mode will be released during the early access stage. Up to 30 players will be supported in a single race. Does KartKraft have endurance races? We are looking add it in the future based on community preferences. What kind of karts does KartKraft include? (80cc, 100cc 150 4stroke ,etc) 4 kart classes: 45hp KZ2, 32hp X30, 22hp KA100, 13hp KA100 Restricted. How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version? Whilst KartKraft's full feature set and development roadmap will be determined by all of the KartKraft community, our initial focus will be on adding the following features: Online Multiplayer Bandit Mode Additional Tracks, Karts, Engines Steam Workshop Support In-Game Kart/Helmet/Suit Painter League Support Replays Tyre Wear/Heating Triple Screen Support Performance Optimisations Meanwhile I'll just leave these here for you to enjoy... Check out our KartKraft forum for news and discussions and have a read of our recent exclusive interview with the man behind the game, Zach Griffin. Looking forward to KartKraft? Will this be a release day purchase for you? Let us know below!