After a somewhat prolonged silence, Vae Victis Games have revealed some interesting new information about their innovative procedural technology racing game Racecraft, as well as confirming virtual reality implementation is in development and AI are coming to the game. With such a long period of time between updates, many fans have been left wondering what is next for this interesting new title and finally the developers have spoken out with regards to what is happening behind the scenes at the studio. Currently gearing up to introduce a new build of Racecraft, Vae Victis have confirmed recent development has been focused on the core game engine Camilla, adding new structures and elements to the track building side of the title as well as adding artificial intelligence for the first time, as can be seen in the WIP screenshot at the top of this article. In news that will undoubtable please Virtual Reality enthusiasts, Vae Victis have also confirmed VR support is well in the works and should be making an appearance in the title in the near future. Current development of the game is well under way and the studio hope the work being undertaken at present will "be really huge from a technical standpoint and it will be the final foundation allowing to quickly add contents and gameplay to Racecraft in the following months" Racecraft is available to purchase for Windows PC right now via the Steam Store. The Racecraft sub forum here at RaceDepartment is the place to go for all the latest news and discussions regarding Vae Victis Games latest racing title. Head over to the forum and join in the discussion today! Have you tried Racecraft yet? What do you think of the game so far? Looking forward to AI? Let us know in the comments section below!