MELBOURNE, Australia, March 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Black Delta today announced that players can sign up for a chance to take part in the first Closed Beta for KartKraft on their website.
With the first wave of invitations set to be distributed next week, the Closed Beta will be the first time fans of KartKraft will be able to experience the upcoming kart racing game. Whilst the title was originally scheduled for Quarter 1, 2016, developer Black Delta has instead decided to push the release date to June 4, 2016, in order to run a Closed Beta test to ensure the game has been fully tested by select members of the community, prior to its release. During the Beta period, testers will be given the opportunity to provide detailed feedback on the game, as well as identifying glitches, bugs and crashes. Players who miss out on the first round of testing, will be given further chances as more waves of invitations are sent out in the coming weeks and months.
Scheduled for a June release on Steam’s Early Access, Unreal Engine 4 powered KartKraft, is an intense, hyper realistic kart racing game with real kart physics, laser scanned circuits, and a never-before-seen racing sandbox mode. Players can customise their avatar, kart and team with products from partners including FREEM, Alpinestars, CRG, IAME, MIR, Sparco, Arai, Arrow, Monaco, Praga, Sodikart and many more.
Here is the official KartKraft teaser trailer:
About Black Delta
Black Delta first drew attention in June, 2014, after winning the People’s Choice award at The Big Pitch, a Venture Capital competition in Melbourne, Australia. In January of 2015, Black Delta closed its first round of funding to further develop and commercialise the KartKraft prototype.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Black Delta is an Australian technology company specialising in the development of software and hardware for the gaming, training & simulation, visualisation and virtual reality industries.