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Release dates
July 31, 1999
Re-Volt at WineHQ
 Re-Volt at Wikipedia

General information

More information Re-Volt Race community site
More information Re-Volt XTG (RVXTG) community site
More information Our Re-Volt Pub forum
More information RRR Racing Forum
More information Community Discussions
More information Support Page


Source DRM Notes Keys
Retail DRM details are not known Install the v1.2 Update.

Essential improvements[edit]

v1.2 Update[edit]

The Re-Volt v1.2 Update fixes many issues and adds new features including proper widescreen support.

Mods and utilities[edit]

Phoenix R3[edit]

Phoenix R3 is a program which allows the creation of full custom tracks. Its features provide the ability to make tracks of comparable quality to those in the original release, and gives the player more freedom than was offered in the original release.


WolfR4 is a custom launcher tool currently under active development, and similar in premise to Phoenix R3, but with expanded capabilities (however it should be noted it only supports patch 1207).[1]

Other popular mods[edit]

  • FutureCars is a Re-Volt mod including custom cars and tracks which replaces existing Re-Volt gameplay with high speed, "ultra grav" vehicles, reaching in-game speeds of up to 100 mph. The mod currently includes seven custom tracks, and 20 unique vehicles.

Vehicle dynamics[edit]

Go to Acclaim/ReVolt/cars and then enters any sub-folder with a car in it, they are able to edit the vehicle parameters in the 'Parameters.txt' file. This allows the user to change the top speed, acceleration, steering rate and wheel size, as well as detailed vehicle dynamics settings, effectively allowing the user to 'tune' the vehicle.

Game data[edit]

Configuration file and save game data location[edit]

Windows HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Acclaim\Re-Volt\1.0\

Video settings[edit]

Video settings.
Render settings.
Graphics option Option WSGF Notes
Widescreen resolution Hackable WSGF WS Gold.svg Install v1.2 Update; resolutions from 1280x768 - 2048x2048.
Multi-monitor Hackable Grading incomplete Install v1.2 Update; resolutions from 1280x768 - 2048x2048.
Field of view (FOV) Impossible
Windowed Hackable Install v1.2 Update and add -window to shortcut target.
Borderless fullscreen windowed Impossible
Anisotropic filtering (AF) Hackable Install v1.2 Update to add a setting (up to 16x).
Anti-aliasing (AA) Hackable Install v1.2 Update then force in the video card control panel.
Vertical sync (Vsync) Hackable Install v1.2 Update to add an on/off setting.
High frame rate Hackable Install the latest v1.2 Alpha Build and add -emulatefullscreen to shortcut target.[2]

Input settings[edit]

Input settings.
Keyboard and mouse Native Notes
Remapping Native
Mouse input in menus Impossible
Controller support Native Vibration is supported.
Full controller support Native
Controller remapping Native Can't map POV hat.
Controller Y-axis inversion Native

Audio settings[edit]

Audio settings.
Audio options Native Notes
Separate volume controls Native Music and SFX.
Surround sound Unknown
Subtitles Not applicable Everything is text-based.
Closed captions Impossible
Mute on focus lost Native
EAX support Native A3D 1.0, DirectSound3D, EAX 2.0 [3]


Language UI Audio CC Notes
English Native Not applicable Not applicable
Dutch Native Not applicable Not applicable
French Native Not applicable Not applicable
German Native Not applicable Not applicable
Italian Native Not applicable Not applicable
Spanish Native Not applicable Not applicable


Multiplayer types

Type Native Players Notes
Local play Hackable 2-4 Install the latest Re-Volt v1.2 Alpha Build.
LAN play Native
Online play Native

Connection types

Type Native Notes
Peer-to-peer Native
Dedicated Impossible
Direct IP Native

Issues unresolved[edit]

The v1.2 Update has a number of unresolved issues.

Crashing and freezing[edit]

A number of situations will currently cause the game to crash, none of which have yet been resolved. Currently, these include:

  • Crashing during multiplayer
  • Rare freeze due to propagation of bad data over the internet
  • Freeze resulting from incompatibility of some Antivirus programs with Miles Sound System
  • Rare instances of PC restarting after reaching a menu screen

Graphical Glitches[edit]

Graphical glitches are common in v1.2. A basic listing of unresolved issues is as follows:

  • Improper rendering of vertex colors (dev mode only)
  • Rare artifacts with cloud rendering
  • Lines and glitches with graphics card forced anti-aliasing turned on
  • Screen flickering when attempting to change display mode after using the Print Screen button
  • Visible artifacts in the rear-view camera (known as the blue triangle bug)
  • Visible texture seams in-between ploygons
  • Transparent areas displayed incorrectly in Print Screen shots
  • No objects in frontend after exiting a track with Objects Edit Mode
  • Objects clipped when viewed at a specific angle


There are a number of issues with the game's multiplayer mode, including crashing and object inconsistencies, as well as bad syncing and bad starts, often preceded by a hang at the loading screen. Saving replays also often results in a bug. There is currently no known fix for any of these issues.

Other issues[edit]

  • Bomb fuse disappears after hitting a clone pickup
  • Unable to read certain game states if Caps Lock is on

System requirements[edit]

Operating system (OS) 95, 98, ME
Processor (CPU) 200 MHz Pentium Class
System memory (RAM) 32 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 200 MB
Video card (GPU) 4 MB of VRAM


  2. FPS capped at 30 - Our ReVolt Pub
  3. Patch 1.10 changelog