Vae Victis Games have today released the first major update to new procedural motorsport game Racecraft. Available on Steam Early Access from March 4th Racecraft is a new kind of racing game that utilises procedural technology to allow users an opportunity to create infinite variations of racing circuits on which to drive the high performance open wheel race car created in game. Today's update to version 0.3.0 brings to the title a number of improvements and tweaks including a new weekly hotlap event designed by the studio to allow gamers to race on a specific supplied track for 7 days with a ranking system where drivers race against ghosts of the absolute best track lap and your individual personal best lap. This new feature is seen as a precursor to the full P2P multiplayer functionality that will be coming in future updates and as a direct result of community feedback regarding the desire to have a set layout to practice against other players. Each weekly event will start on Friday with the first event taking place Friday 8th April. Other highlights from update 0.3.0 include the addition of a new chase cam setting to the game as well as adding support for Steam Controllers and PS3 / PS4 gamepads. Full version 0.3.0 changelog below: Added Weekly Hotlap Events Added Chase Cam Added support for Steam Controller, PS3 and PS4 gamepads Multi-device calibration is now working properly Improved UI Improved general stability Optimized track saving Minor performance issues solved Various bug fixes Keep an eye out at RaceDepartment in the coming weeks as we offer community members the opportunity to suggest questions to be put forward to Vae Victis Games in our upcoming exclusive interview with the people behind Racecraft. As an added incentive we will randomly gift 3 members of the community who posted a question a free copy of the game on Steam! So get your thinking caps on now and be prepared for our pre Q&A community feedback article in the coming weeks. Don’t forget to visit our Racecraft forum right here on RaceDepartment for all latest news and discussion on the title. Racecraft is available to purchase via Steam Early Access right now. Have you tried Racecraft yet? How do you think the title plays? Do you like the new update? Let us know in the comments section below!