Vae Victis Games have released the new "procedural" sandbox racing title Racecraft via the Steam Early Access program. The Italian developers behind the classic Victory: The Age of Racing have created something a little bit different with this new title, bringing to our shelves a racing game that allows players to utilise an innovative procedural generation of tracks with different tortuosity and length, giving games literally infinite different racing layouts to enjoy. In an increasing trend in the video game department, Racecraft is now available in a state of Early Access and contains a hotlap mode with ghost or AI training, however over the next 6 months the developers intend to include many updates and features such as a full career mode, Asynchronous multiplayer, Virtual Reality support and multiplayer. The current version of the game lets players create and save tracks via Cloud, however sharing amongst friends has not yet been implemented but should come in future releases. Racecraft currently supports keyboards, gamepads and Thrustmaster and Logitech wheels. Although unsupported wheel manufactures may work within the title, future updates are sure to add further support in the coming months. Keep your eye out right here on RaceDepartment for more news and information on this new title and an upcoming interview with the team at Vae Victis Games in the coming weeks. Racecraft is available to purchase now via Steams' Early Access program for £14.99. A free demo is also available to download for those interested to try the title but unwilling to commit to the Early Access program. Will you be trying this new title in Early Access? Do you have it already and want to share your experience? How do you feel about the Procedural generation of tracks feature? Let us know in the comments section below!