and F-Zero X inspired racer Radial-G has received a new Early Access update, adding two new tracks, ULTRA HARD (I think it has to be in capitals) AI, and full Steam support for leaderboards, achievements and stats.
The two new race tracks are Processing Plant Alpha and Processing Plant Theta, intended for beginners and intermediates respectively.
Other new additions include three separate speed classes for all ships, and the usual bunch of tweaks, bug fixes and improvements to the core gameplay.
After a succesful Steam Greenlight campaign, Radial-G launched on Early Access in December last year.developer the plan is to have a full version out by "mid/late-May 2015", with 32-player online multiplayer, a full roster of game modes, and nine different tracks.
As is traditional with confusing Early Access procedures, the development won't actually stop there. Along with full VR support, more ships, tracks and other goodies will be added in the future. So the final version isn't really going to be a final version. You can grab the gameduring Early Access for £9.99.