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Auto Club Revolution

Developer: Eutechnyx
Platform: Windows


Auto Club Revolution is a free to play online racing game and car community featuring real cars, real tracks and real upgrades.

It contains officially licensed cars from over 30 of the world’s leading motor manufacturers and 80 upgrade manufacturers plus a console-quality racing experience, all built on top of a social platform for owning, customising and enjoying cars online!

Registered members can create a collection of officially licensed cars, customise them, upgrade them and take them on the track to race. While the game’s front end is entirely based in your web browser the racing itself takes place in a downloaded application (The ACR Racing App), which is free to download and which powers the premium quality ACR racing experience.


The Auto Club Revolution experience is split across the website and the downloadable ACR Racing App. The premium quality racing experience is delivered through the Racing App, all other activity happens on the website. This means that you're able to login to your Auto Club Revolution account whenever and wherever you like to use the website features, even if you don't have the Racing App installed.


Auto Club Revolution has a range features and activities for a compelling single player experience. Time Trial mode allows players to set personal best lap times and post them to their profile as well as to public leaderboards. Single player mode is extended through an array of personal challenges that are generated for every player and that assist them in the discovery of game features and provide a variety of in-game content.

Auto Club Revolution allows players to face in multiplayer races. Multiplayer races begin in the Race Hangout, where players meet to find and create lobbies. Races support between two and eight players and opponents can be found by either inviting friends or other players in the Race Hangout, or through automated Match-Making. There is a special multiplayer racing mode, called Eliminator, in which the player in last place at the end of every 60 seconds is eliminated until only one player remains, who is the winner.


In the Workshop players can customise their cars through an entirely web-based interface which combines highly detailed 3D car models with easy-to-use tools. With complete freedom over the colour and paint style of their cars and a rich set of decals, shapes, designs and paint schemes, Closed Beta players will be able to create a unique and personalised garage of cars.
In addition, for further customization, Auto Club Revolution also has an upgrade parts shop with officially licensed parts from over eighty real-world aftermarket manufacturers. The parts available for purchase from Auto Club Revolution’s upgrade shop include engine upgrades, turbochargers and fuel injection to brakes, gearbox and tyres, from top manufacturers such as Brembo, HKS, Borla and AC Schnitzer.
You start the game with a standard vehicle and you earn the game’s currency by participating in races. With this money, you can buy parts to make the car lighter, more maneuverable, faster, etc. Once you have enough money, you can buy new cars and compete in higher categories.


Auto Club Revolution supports a range of control methods including keyboard, mouse, gamepad and steering wheel. Other options include a choice of manual, automatic or-semi automatic gear changes. During races you can make use of assists to make your car easier to drive and follow dynamic racing lines around the track.


Processor: 1.8GHZ intel (or equivalent) Dual Core CPU
RAM: 2.5GB System RAM
Graphic card: 256MB dedicated graphics memory, Nvidia GeForce series 7 (or equivalent) minimum gpu level, supporting shader v3
HD Space: 2.5GB
OS: Windows XP or more recent

Processor: 2.40GHz Intel (or equivalent) Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600
RAM: 4GB System RAM
Graphic card: Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT (or equivalent) 1024MB vram
HD Space: 2.5GB
OS: Windows XP or more recent



2 Comments - "Auto Club Revolution"

  1. james 24/04/2015 at 19:39 -


  2. kioro 28/01/2016 at 11:15 -

    i want to play