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APB publisher merges with parent company

Reloaded Games has merged with its own parent company, K2 Network, in a deal financed by Arkenstone Investment. The new company will continue to be known as Reloaded Games. “This merger represents the beginning of a new era for the

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APB Reloaded hits 3 million registered users

The reboot of once-troubled massively multiplayer online game APB has surpassed three million registered users, a week after being released via Steam’s Free To Play service. APB: Reloaded has been rebuilt by GamersFirst since being acquired from defunct studio RealTime

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Article about the All Points Bulletin Story

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ABP Reloaded gets a Boxed Version

But now it’s coming back in the form of a free-to-play MMO, aptly named APB Reloaded. Gamespot has reported some rather bizarre news about APB Reloaded, saying that IGS actually plans to offer a retail release of the title. For

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APB Reloaded Open Beta successful %96 24.000 concurrent Players

It’s been a week since APB: Reloaded started open beta on May 23th, and the beta “has been a smashing success so far”, says the GamersFirst. According to the latest dev blog, APB: Reloaded just hit the 24,000 peak concurrent

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APB: Reloaded Open Beta delayed

As we reported a couple of weeks back, the All Points Bulletin: Reloaded open beta test was scheduled to begin today. Unfortunately, we’ve got some bad news for all you wanna-be gangsters and law-enforcers out there: The game will remain

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All Points Bulletin Reloaded reaches 150.00 closed beta registrations

According to K2 Network over 150.000 players registered fort he closed beta which iss et to start next week. In the beginning only 8.000 to 10.000 players will be able to participate. Quote: Wie K2 Network, neuer Entwickler und Publisher

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All Points Bulletin reboot to begin in February

GamersFirst, the MMO developer and publisher who picked up APB last year just revealed that the game will start Closed Beta in late February “if everything goes exactly according to plan”. They will announce the way to participate into CB

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Relaunch of All Points Bulletin will be based on a Freemium Business Model

GamerFirst’s CTO Bjorn Book-Larsson has explained the company’s proposed business model in resurrecting Realtime World’s previously subscription-based shooter All Points Bulletin into a free-to-play MMO. (…)”When you turn a game into a free-to-play game, we generally expect that there will

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All Points Bulletin goes F2P in 2011

All Points Bulletin. The game has been salvaged by GamersFirst and will be re-launched as a free-to-play action title as part of GamersFirst line-up of triple-A MMOs in 2011. [link to article]

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