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Failed MMO APB To Be Resurrected As Free-To-Play Game

November 16th, 2010 11:17 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Two months ago, we discussed news that Realtime Worlds’ action MMO APB closed its doors only a few months after launch, when it became clear that player interest and subscriber numbers couldn’t being to recoup the massive development cost. A few days ago, a company called Reloaded Productions, owned by free-to-play publisher GamersFirst, acquired all the rights and assets to APB. The company plans to relaunch the game as APB: Reloaded in the first half of 2011, abandoning its unusual business model in favor of free-to-play accounts supplemented by microtransactions and premium services.

Source: Failed MMO APB To Be Resurrected As Free-To-Play Game

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