KartKraft Now Available in Early Access for PC

Black Delta’s KartKraft is now available in Early Access on Steam, Green Man Gaming, Humble Bundle and other distribution outlets for 19.99. It is also being developed for PS4, Xbox One, and VR headsets, with a plan to officially launch in Q3 2019. KartKraft is an extreme kart racing sim with the most advanced vehicle physics ever produced for a racing game. Master the skill of racing karts on laser-scanned, fully recreated circuits. Accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds with no suspension, while racing against 20 other drivers. Feel your kart bend, twist and bounce on every bump, crack, and curb in the track as you drive on officially licensed circuits from around the world.

“I raced karts for five years and retired after blowing up three red valve Formula 100 motors in the same weekend.  At the same time I was racing, I was studying Computer Science and game development so that I could make games about the sport I love.  KartKraft is a labor of love for me and my team.  It took us longer than we expected, but we are excited to share our first game with our fans,” said Zach Griffin, CEO, Black Delta.

Players can expect regular updates, performance optimization, and other features to be added during Early Access. This is up to and including: Improved physics, lower-spec hardware optimization, 10 laser-scanned, fully recreated circuits, eight additional kart classes, modding support, multiplayer and more. A full list of places offering KartKraft can be found on this link.

Early Access Game Features:

  • Circuits: Three laser-scanned, fully recreated circuits (The Geelong Kart Club, Go Kart Club of Victoria and Paul Fletcher International).

  • Karts: 8 officially licensed kart models – from manufacturers like Arrow, CRG, Deadly, Formula K, Monaco, OK1, Praga, Sodi.

  • Asynchronous PvP Leaderboard Mode: Race against all players to earn spots on the leaderboard; see where you rank against your friends, your country and across the globe.

    • WIth every lap recorded and uploaded, you can see where you competitor brakes, turns and accelerates to gain a competitive edge.

  • Single Player Mode: Players will race against AI, but results will be judged against all other players (available from second week of EA)

  • Levels of Difficulty: Easy, Medium, Hard, Legend, Adaptive (available from second week of EA)

  • Customization:

    • Kart: hundreds of parts and components that all affect handling. Swap out axles, sprockets, carburetors, rims, hubs, torsion bars, and many more. If you can see it, you can change it. The number of possible configurations will grow substantially during EA progress.

    • Driver: Kit up in the latest gear from Alpinestars, Arai, Freem, Momo, OMP, and Sparco with more being added during Early Access content updates.

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