APB Released on Parole, Back in 2011
Posted on Tuesday, November 16 @ 18:40:11 Eastern by Daniel BischoffHaving finally found someone with enough bail, All Points Bulletin, the MMO that killed Realtime Worlds, will be back on the street and free-to-play.
GamersFirst, a publisher of "Free2Play" games has bought up APB and promised to use the IP for good (not evil). You'll be able to hop back into San Paro soon, but you'll probably have to pay for all those ugly tattoos you're planning on covering your avatar with.
APB will be rebranded as "APB: Reloaded," though it'll retain most of the content that made the MMO appealing in the first place, including the engine and character customization.
While there are few specifics about what how much of APB: Reloaded will be free to play, GamersFirst has seen fit to let everyone know that you can get back to your virtual cops and robbers in early 2011.
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