4×4 Evolution 1 – Vanilla Patch

Update has been released for the vanilla version for 4x4Evo 1, this includes two critical fixes. One is elimination of the dreaded menu freeze bug, the other fixes connection issues with the master server. Cast aside your rose colored glasses, this means it will work as fast as you remembered!

Also fixes to the downloads sections, with build 61 (GeForce 3), 57 (Force feedback), and 56(Critical fixes) patches uploaded for historical purposes.

LTE Track Downloads Available

In some positive news, all known 4×4 Evo 1 LTE files have been uploaded to the server can now be downloaded from here via the tracks section

Alternatively you can also use in-game downloading by direct link from the tracks section. This also applies to Dreamcast users as well!

While the long dormant in-game search tool is still unimplemented, there is finally hope this can be restored.

The passing of KC Vale

It is with great sadness that I write this, but one of the cornerstones of the MTM/Evo family has passed away on August 31st. KC, it was a long battle may you rest in peace.

To those of you whom didn’t know who he was, he was one of the main people that not only promoted these games early on. But hosted content, allowed uploads, and ran forums that allowed custom content for this game to flourish.

Without his work, many of us would have never met. And this game would have been long forgotten. For those looking for more information or to pass along condolences, his wife Kenda put up a post here:


4×4 Evolution 1 Debug UI Screenshots

Next week should finally afford some time to work on this once more. Until then if you happen to be curious what the debug UI to 4×4 Evo 1 looks like, I put up a bunch of screenshots comparing it to the retail release at the following websites:



Merry Xmas, and a Happy New Year!

It’s time to ring in 2017 with arms wide open, hopefully everyone has had a fantastic holiday!

That said, some critical bugs that came to in patch 012 still need to be ironed out. Nightfrog has made some excellent progress towards realizing a working Linux port of Evo, and not much else to report currently until we get these bugs ironed out. However with any luck 2017 should bring more updates, bring on the new year!