ReVolt 3 Android Game Now Free To Play At Google Play Store

Nov 24, 2016 09:47 PM EST | Mark Yap

The new ReVolt 3 Android game is now available to download at the Google Play Store for free! The very first Re-Volt game had a humble beginning in 1999 as a Windows game, which was quickly ported afterwards to consoles such as the PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and Dreamcast. Re-Volt is a racing game with radio control cars as the main theme.

The original Re-Volt game was developed by Probe Ltd and published by Acclaim Entertainment, along with its spin-off versions, but it wasn't until 2013 that Re-Volt finally got a sequel: Re-Volt 2 for Android. Before that, since Acclaim Entertainment has been commissioned out in 2004, fans of the game had kept it alive through an active online community; with multiplayer servers, as well as custom courses and vehicles from the game itself. 

Interest in Re-Volt was officially jumpstarted when Re-volt Classic was released for iOS, followed by an Android version the following year. Following its success, a sequel was released just a few months later, along with a PC re-release of the first game. A spin-off for Re-Volt 2 was also released in 2014.

The ReVolt 3 Android game was first released for testing around May this year, according to an article posted on The Reimaru Files. Currently handled by WeGo Interactive, countries who took part in the beta testing include the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand.

Android Authority just recently announced the release of Re-Volt 3 worldwide on the Google Play Store and it's free to play! With access to about 50 base RC's, players also have the option of customizing their RC's with skins and re-paints, as well as parts upgrade --- just like the real thing.

Since the ReVolt 3 Android game is free to play, fans of the original series and new players alike should really try their hand on it.

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