Re-Volt 3 car racing game out now on Android and iOS

One of the most popular car racing games for mobile devices, Re-Volt has just had its third installment title launched on Android and iOS platforms. Re-Volt 3 is now available for free in both Google Play and App Store, though many players complain that previous versions were much better.

With more than 50 million downloads on all platforms, the Re-Volt franchise has been entertaining players for quite a long time. The latest iteration of the series comes with no less than 70 types of RC cars designed with improved graphics, as well as 20 maps.

Moreover, the game has a new upgraded system that features 25 types of parts to collect and assemble to improved RC cars, which mirrors upgrading RC cars in real life. On top of that, Re-Volt 3 has a story mode based on scenarios, a limit race that utilizes limited cars, as well as a grand prix mode where gamers can compete against users around the globe.

New content for multiplayer mode allowing for real-time network play with players around the world is available, too.

In order to celebrate the global release of the game, WeGo Interactive has decided to held a launching event for one month.

During the event, generous freebies will be given to players through a 7 day daily login prize with game money and upgrade items, premium cards for clearing certain stages, as well as stage clear events where players can gain car pieces.



1. BradyCrack

Posts: 835; Member since: Dec 29, 2015

Yuck. Compared to AsphaltXtreme the graphics look awful. Improved my ass!

3. WingMan unregistered

That may be the case, but graphics alone don't make a game fun. That's why the 8bit style games were on the rise the last couple of years.

4. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

yeah right... IAP ruin asphalt, lol... just look all those car you'll never use without throwing your real money... and $20 for one virtual car is just stupid... if they really need money, just sell that game and whole set of car for $60-$80, just like all those racing game on PC, so player can unlock all cars as the game progress,.. after that, extra cars as DLC also wont hurt..

6. ebilcake

Posts: 1231; Member since: Jul 16, 2016

No, they're on the rise because they're cheaper to make, all the developers care about is profit. It's all about how little developers can put in to get the most out and right now it's shitty looking retro games. lol

5. ebilcake

Posts: 1231; Member since: Jul 16, 2016

Asphalt games are s**t, it's depressing that they're the benchmark for Android racing games. Mobile gaming is a joke.

7. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Care to ellaborate on how Asphalt games are s**t? Sorry if you're depressed, but Asphalt has become the benchmark for Arcarde racing on mobile, and deservedly so. Man, Asphalt 8 is dope!

8. ebilcake

Posts: 1231; Member since: Jul 16, 2016

Graphics are decent for a mobile game but the gameplay is lacking, generic controls and horrible car handling. Also the game itself is not that well optimized and performance varies quite a lot depending on the device even with the same hardware. Similar to Riptide games, sure they look good but the gameplay and performance are a complete joke.

2. bugsbunny00

Posts: 2266; Member since: Jun 07, 2013

improved your a**?!,..yuck

9. epdm2be

Posts: 824; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

"...though many players complain that previous versions were much better...." "...designed with improved graphics, as well as ..." Isn't that contradicting? " celebrate the global release of the game..." roughly translated as: "...because we can't get the any significant sales on the god damn POS..." "...generous freebies will be given to players..." Which means either: 1) ... which were intended as in-app-purchase but because nobody likes the new game so we dump the s**t... 2) ... give some s**t away to salvage what we can before we go bust. Oh well, it was nice on PC a few years ago. But nowadays we are spoiled with Games on our phones of which most are horrible to control using a touch-screen.

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