Vae Victis Games have released version 0.4.6 of their new procedural technology racing game, Racecraft. The latest update adds lots of new enhancements and visual updates to the game. Racecraft is currently available in the Steam Early Access programme and has been receiving regular updates since its launch in March. The most recent update, bringing the game to version 0.4.6 is, by the studios own admission, one of the games biggest updates so far. 0.4.6 introduces visual particles and many performance improvements to the title, as well as adding crowds in the trackside grandstands, giving the procedurally generated tracks a more lively and vibrant feel in game. The latest update also adds new visual presents to the title, allowing players more choice in how they wish the game to be displayed on track, whilst at the same time the studio have managed to reduce the performance impact of dynamic enabling dynamic reflections. Full changelog below: Graphics: Added crowd on stands Graphics: Added particles Graphics: Added new antialiasing technique Graphics: New presets (ultra) for some graphics options Graphics: Added colour grading post processing effect Performances: Reduced performance impact of dynamic reflections Graphics: Chance to disable dynamic reflections Graphics: Eye adaptation and tone mapping post processing effects revamped Graphics: Improved render quality for transparent objects (fences, trees, etc) Graphics: Atmospheric scattering Performances: UI rendered on a separate thread Performances: CPU load heavily reduced Performances: Minor GPU optmizations Gameplay: Car setup preserved between races General: Bugfix and general polishing Want to know more about Racecraft? Don't forget to check out our recent community Q&A with the studio! Exclusive to RaceDepartment. Check out the Racecraft sub forum here at RaceDepartment for news and discussion regarding the latest Procedural technology racing game. Do you play Racecraft? What are your impressions of the game? Do you like the new update? Let us know in the comments section below!