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BigVolt is a vehicle exclusive to the Dreamcast and mobile versions of Re-Volt. It is also an optional integration for newer builds of RVGL. BigVolt is also the first console car listed in the Car Selection Screen in the aforementioned versions. It is an Electric-operated car with a 4WD drivetrain, classified under the Rookie rating. Its design is unique, resembling a monster truck. BigVolt, hence its name and design is very heavy. It weighs in at an immense 3 kilograms, far above the masses of the other vehicles in the Rookie rating. Its weight is only surpassed by Phat Slug by 200 grams. The vehicle's high mass grants it amazing resistance to Pickups, allowing it to tank items such as Fireworks effortlessly.
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June 18th, 2017
Huki announced a new shader based rendering engine for RVGL. The first build was released today, and is open for testing. See the original post for more details. As said by Huki, its "main intention is to support the Re-Make project", and "the secondary goal is to possibly have RVGL on platforms like iOS and Android, that are based on GLES 2+ (which is mostly a subset of GL Core and requires a shader version)" It's also expected to show higher throughput and better power efficiency on newer cards and devices.