A: Yes, this is one of the official websites of the Re-Volt community.

A: On this very website. Just click on the Downloads link in the menu.

A: Yes, definitely! RVGL is a modern patch for the game that runs on all modern computers. Read a bit further to find out more.

A: Windows (32/64bit) and Linux (32/64bit, ARM). Running the game on macOS is possible through a wine wrapper. Don't ask us about the existing Android/iOS versions, please.

A: It's RVGL, available at rv12.revoltzone.net. You can also download the full game which includes RVGL on this website. This is the version most people use to play online.

A: Yes Vinny, there is one. Press F11 or launch the game with the -window parameter.

A: It's pretty much save to forget about those. WolfR4 was used before community patches were a thing. They're not compatible with Re-Volt 1.2 and RVGL. Most of the launcher features are now featured in the patches.

Yes, there are. Enter CARNIVAL (unlocks all cars) or TRACKER (unlocks all tracks) as your name before a race. Find more here.

A: Because the current owners of the franchise tried to sell the community patch without permission. We are doing our best to provide the support that they fail to provide, so don't be sad.

A: You can use RVHouse, a program for finding online races. You can also join private games by knowing the host's IP. Find out more here.

A: Mostly towards evening in Europe. There are some scheduled events on the online page every week.

A: On Discord! The community is still very active.

A: Definitely. LAN games are supported. Races and Battle Tags are insanely fun for experienced players as well as newcomers. Various speed classes are available that make the game as easy as Mario Kart or as difficult as Wipeout or TrackMania.

A: The game is suited for players of all ages for the reasons mentioned in the question above. There is low violence (only shooting firework rockets and small explosions). The game has bright colors and an overall friendly tone. It is also available in a variety of different languages (chosen when creating a player profile).

A: 16. The limit has been raised from 12 to 16 with the RVGL patch.

A: Yes, you can play with up to four players and choose between vertical or horizontal splitting.

A: There are several sites to download cars and tracks from:

A: Short answer: Put cars into the cars folder and tracks into the levels folder in the game's folder. Long answer: here.

A: On one of the websites mentioned above. You just have to sign up and upload your things. On XTG, you'll have to submit it via email.

A: There is a tutorial on learn.re-volt.io. It is highly recommended to join the Discord server. A Blender add-on is available on the Downloads page.


Contact: revolt.pizza[at]gmail[dot]com

The online races are organized by URV with lots of dedication. Thanks for that. Thanks a lot to hosts like Instant for hosting quite a few of the races.
Huge thanks to Red_Ricky and ZR for their support!
Thanks to Andor and URV for voicing the Good Day! video series.
Thanks to r6te, Vaid, Gel for contributing to the site!
Thanks to Tarun, FZG, Balesz, Kipy and Snado for their feedback and kind words.
Thanks to Gotolei for providing screenshots for the overview page.
Thank you for keeping Re-Volt alive.

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How you can help.

  • Logos for all sub-sites (Creations, Wiki, Learn, Archive, ...)

  • How to make a car with Blender
    • Modeling
    • UV Mapping
    • Creating a texture
    • Setting up Parameters
  • How to install the game

  • Track Types
    • Lego Extreme
    • Lego
  • RVHouse
  • RV Live
  • older websites
  • console ports
  • Re-volt Zone (Tracks)
  • about Acclaim themselves
  • Demos
  • A page about the game itself
  • RVGL
  • RV1.2
  • WolfR4
  • Older versions and their differences