Vae Victis Games have released a new build update to their interesting Procedural technology racing game Racecraft, adding several new gameplay features amongst other solid updates to the title. Build 0.5.2 brings the much need 'Quick Race' mode to the game, now featuring collidable AI players each containing their own behavioural traits. This should greatly enhance the offline single player racing experience in Racecraft, something the game has been lacking since its initial launch back in March. You can read the full build 0.5.2 release notes below: Gameplay: Quick Race mode (collisions enabled) Gameplay: Each AI has its own procedurally generated behavior, with peculiar stats and features Physics: More stable car when braking GUI: TV-style camera views behind menu screens GUI: GUI fixes and improvements Racecraft is available right now on the Steam Early Access programme. Head over to the Steam Store and check out the title today! Don’t forget to visit our Racecraft forum right here on RaceDepartment for all latest news and discussion on the title. Have you tried the new update yet? How do you feel the game is progressing? Let us know in the comments section below!