Report: Realtime sells Project MyWorld

Sunday, 5th September 2010 09:18 GMT By Joe Anderson


Realtime Worlds has sold its Project MyWorld to an “anonymous” American company, according to a Develop report.

It’s not yet known if the 23 staff who were working on the game will lose their jobs, or if they will continue to work on the project.

Realtime Worlds’ other title, APB, is still up for sale. The $100 million game is reported to have 130,000 registered users, spending an average of $28 per month.

Dundee’s Realtime Worlds went into administration last month.

The company then re-employed 23 of its staff to enable MyWorld to be completed.



  1. Yoshi

    ‘spending an average of $28 per month.’

    lol what? I havnt even needed to spend a penny yet. (except for actually buying the game)

    #1 4 years ago
  2. DJ Deathstar

    Bullshit is the average amount spent on APB $28 a month unless their just including the price of the game itself in that total and its only been out 2 months. Plus is anyone gonna bother buying the game or content now with the situation the game is in?

    #2 4 years ago
  3. DSB

    There’s no way it’s gonna survive. Mediocre MMO’s are barely scraping by, and APB is just awful.

    #3 4 years ago
  4. onlineatron

    The Eurogamer podcast said that they’ve heard good things about MyWorld.

    #4 4 years ago

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