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SNW 35 is a car exclusive to the PlayStation version and Dreamcast versions of Re-Volt, and optionally integrated in newer builds of RVGL. It is a Glow-fueled car with a 4WD transmission, classified under the Pro rating. Its body styling is identical to Humma, however SNW 35 possesses differentiated parameters compared to its visual counterpart.
Speed-wise, SNW 35 fits nicely in its rating with a top speed of 40 mph, barely surpassing the top speeds of its counterpart. However, the acceleration difference between Humma and SNW 35 is far more drastic than one would assume.
A new update for RVGL has been released today: 17.1009a. The new build major changes includes a more effective cheat detection system, enables customcars and tracks to be randomly selected in the options menu, and now reads track difficulty from .inf files. More details and changes can be seen at the announcement topic at ORP.
Patch 17.1002a was released today for RVGL, addressing various bugs perceived within the previous update relating to controller mapping. This update also re-enabled the ability to turn off AI rubberbanding.
September 30th, 2017
RVGL has had a major update, build 17.0930a. The update improves on controller configurations, as well as enabling the ability to select specific ports in P2P online play.
July 19th, 2017
Re-Volt 2: Multiplayer terminated its service at July 3rd, and is no longer available for download. WeGo Interactive announced its end at their Re-Volt Facebook page at June 26th. No reasons about the service termination were provided. Furthermore, their other games Re-Volt 2 and Re-Volt 3 were suspended today, according to WeGo Interactive, due to "a problem with the game server".