Free-to-play MMO, All Points Bulletin: Reloaded coming to Xbox One and PS4


APB Reloaded features PvP with up to 50 vs. 50

Deep Silver, Reloaded Games and The Workshop Entertainment today jointly announce they are hard at work transforming the hit PC free-to-play action MMO All Points Bulletin: Reloaded into a gam destined for the current generation of consoles.

The game is currently in development by industry-veteran led studio The Workshop Entertainment in Marina Del Ray, CA with support from Reloaded Games’ teams in Edinburgh and Huntington Beach and will be published by Deep Silver. APB Reloaded will launch for Xbox one and PS4 late in Quarter 2 in 2015 and will be free-to-play and free to download for all PlayStation 4 and Xbox Live Gold Members on Xbox One.

The customisation in APB Reloaded is one of the best available

The customisation in APB Reloaded is one of the best available

APB Reloaded is set in the near future urban cityscape of San Paro where the gamer will choose between two factions: “Enforcer” to uphold martial law in the city or “Criminal” to cause maximum mayhem across the city. In addition to its challenging and immersive gameplay, APB Reloaded features one of the best and most extensive character and vehicle customisation systems available in any modern MMO. The game is driven by PvP experiences where up to 100 customised players (up to 50 vs. 50_ can participate in real time missions across San Paro.

The PC version of APB Reloaded has been installed and played by over 5 million gamers since its launch in December 2011. Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Deep Silver/Koch Media GmbH says “APB Reloaded has become a phenomenon on the PC with very passionate and faithful community. We are really thrilled to help Reloaded Games and The Workshop bring this fantastic world to life on the new generation consoles.”

While APB Reloaded is built on a free-to-play model and players can earn items in game for free as well as having the option to purchase in-game gear, items, vehicles and customisations intended for their characters using micro-transactions.


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