Were you disappointed by the closure of Realtime World’s APB: All Points Bulletin? Well don’t be. Since the failure of the initial launch, the code and license to operate have been picked up by K2 Networks, under the portal of GamersFirst, a company based out of Irvine, California. They are currently reworking many features of the game, as well as changing the payment style from time access to free-to-play, with cash shop features. Don’t worry if you played the original with a premium account, they are in talks of how to handle that as well, with either compensation, or attempting to bring over some of your special customizations. The game has been renamed to All Points Bulletin: Reloaded, and is set to enter a closed beta phase soon, players who participate in the closed beta will be rewarded upon full release.
Those of you who have not yet heard of the game may be interested to give it a look as well. In the simplest of terms, it is Grand Theft Auto on a wide scale, and with highly customizable models. Your new age cops vs gangs, complete with positional voice chat, a music synchronization system, and a fairly vast city setting.
[source: apb-reloaded blog]
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