Posts Tagged ‘APB Reloaded’

APB: Re-beta’d, The Sign Up

By Jim Rossignol on January 10th, 2011.


The APB: Reloaded blog has come up with some details about how to join the closed beta. Sign up and create a GamersFirst account is the first step, but later there’s information and DxDiag and things. They’re just warning you that it’s going to get involved, or something. Apparently 20,000 people have already registered, which sounds like a decent number, but I wonder how many of you lot will? How many of you want to go back? How many of you feel excited that this game is relaunching? I have some hopes that GamersFirst will be able to fix some elements of what made APB wonky, but it’s tough to know if they can really make the big changes that would bring the game into the state it should have been at launch.

That said, if it’s eventually going to be free to play, we’ll all end up having another look, won’t we?

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APB Reloaded Beta “Late February”

By Jim Rossignol on January 4th, 2011.


That’s according to this tweet from the company that now owns the game. Last year’s biggest disaster is being transformed into a free-to-play title by the chaps at GamersFirst, who picked up the dead game for a bargain price when RealTime Worlds collapsed in September. For more details – and to keep an eye out on beta details promised for later in the week – you can check out this blog.

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