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Closed off from the rest of their respective action districts, Fight Club provides fast-paced visceral combat for up to 32 players at a time, delivering a distilled, potent smaller-scale version of APB Reloaded’s brand of open gameplay.

In the world of San Paro, Criminals and Enforcers battle in an open-world environment to control territories, commit or stop petty crimes, and gain notoriety within their own organizations. Be it on foot or from the driver seat, APB Reloaded melds player-on-player combat within the immersive world of a city on the edge of total chaos. Powered by Epic’s Unreal 3 engine, APB Reloaded features a robust set of customization tools second to none, providing gamers the ability to create the exact look of their in-game avatar, character symbols, clothing and even customize cars they drive.
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