Proof that you can't keep a moderately okay multiplayer online game down, GamersFirst launches the open beta testing phase for APB: Reloaded. Welcome back to San Paro!
In September, Realtime Worlds' cops and robbers MMO APB: All Points Bulletin closed its doors. In early 2011, free-to-play MMO publisher GamersFirst launches APB: Reloaded. GamersFirst CTO and COO Bjorn Book-Larsson tells Kotaku how the resurrection is going down.
"Nine months of hard work," could salvage All Points Bulletin, the failed cops-and-robbers MMO, but don't expect Codemasters to be the one doing the work, says the publisher's online general manager.
The cops and robbers game from troubled Scottish developer Realtime Worlds might set the record for the shortest-lived MMO, as All Points Bulletin shuts down after a mere two and a half months in operation.
Scottish developer Realtime Worlds recently entered administration, and it's rolling out play and pay stats for the recently released All-Points Bulletin to sweeten the pot for potential buyers. Who's playing, and what are they paying?
Realtime Worlds' endeavor to create a human avatar modeled on APB has reached its fifth and final stage: the outfitting. And Josh didn't do so bad.
Cops and robbers MMO APB is world filled with grungy-looking criminals covered with tattoos and riddled with piercings. Now Realtime Worlds is letting fans vote on how they permanently disfigure a real human being with the Human Avatar Project.
What do you want to know about Crackdown developer Realtime Worlds' new online cops and crooks game APB? Ask the game's lead designer, who will be joining us on this week's episode of Kotaku Talk Radio, anything and everything.
Realtime Worlds' massively-multiplayer sandbox game APB finally has an official release date: June 29 in North America and July 1 in Europe. How much will players have to pay to play?
If the latest gameplay trailer for Realtime Worlds' APB doesn't have you drawing comparisons to Grand Theft Auto, then you probably haven't played Grand Theft Auto.
Realtime Worlds is looking for beta testers for their upcoming MMO APB, and you could be one of the few, once you finish filling out one of the more intrusive beta applications we've seen.
While players will still have to pay to play Realtime Worlds' massively-multiplayer online game APD, head honcho David Jones says they won't be paying a flat monthly fee.
No game at E3 may have had a longer list of unexpected features than APB, Real Time Worlds' so-called crossing of Grand Theft Auto and an MMO.