Tag Archives: All Points Bulletin
Thu, Jun 03, 2010 | 19:56 BST
New shots of APB hit the net earlier today, and so did the minimum PC specs.
Wed, May 26, 2010 | 19:25 BST
Direct2Drive has started taking pre-orders for APB.
Tue, May 25, 2010 | 06:25 BST
Move over, cops vs. robbers. Make way for keyboard and mouse vs. gamepad.
Sat, May 22, 2010 | 18:53 BST
Some shots for APB have surfaced on the net, and they’re rather spiffy.
Fri, May 21, 2010 | 14:14 BST
EA has put out another video from its spring showcase in London, and this time it features APB’s Chris Collins chatting about customization in the MMO.
Again, like the MOH, it doesn’t tell you anything you already didn’t know, but still shows you how to create your own clothing, chats about the kill music you make, and the three districts that you will come across first in the game.
APB hits the US on June 29, July 1 in Europe, and July 2 in the UK on PC.
Watch the video below.
Fri, Apr 30, 2010 | 17:07 BST
EA’s formally announced APB will release on July 2 in the UK, with a June 29 release in the US.
Fri, Apr 30, 2010 | 09:00 BST
Thu, Apr 08, 2010 | 17:56 BST
Eurogamer has loads of APB Beta keys that it’s handing out.
Wed, Mar 31, 2010 | 12:45 BST
Not in the APB beta? Missed out last time? Today’s your lucky day, kiddlewinks: FilePlanet’s giving away limited space to the taster.
Tue, Mar 30, 2010 | 19:19 BST
Realtime Worlds has relaunched the All Points Bulletin website with loads of new visual goodies for the eyes.
Mon, Mar 29, 2010 | 07:55 BST
Sun, Mar 28, 2010 | 20:06 BST
Fri, Mar 26, 2010 | 16:05 GMT
APB’s shaping up nicely. It’s been accepting new beta entrants recently, but if you weren’t one of them, relax: RealTime Worlds has released new shots of the MMO.
Fri, Feb 05, 2010 | 00:13 GMT
Real Time Worlds has revealed that the music tool in APB will allow you to create your very own custom track that plays every time you kill an enemy.
How cool is that?
Mon, Apr 06, 2009 | 19:56 BST
Yes, we know. It’s not Sunday. It is, however, Monday, and that makes looking at all the MMO news from last week even more sensible.
We think so, anyway. Read on.
Wed, Mar 25, 2009 | 08:44 GMT
Realtime Worlds MMO All Points Bulletin is to feature Vivox voice chat, the companies said at GDC this week.
“We decided early on that integrated voice chat was a must for APB,” remarked RTW’s Ray Miller.
“We do everything best of breed and we knew we needed the best voice chat available.”
And no, of course there’s no date.
Fri, Mar 20, 2009 | 18:01 GMT
Realtime Worlds will looking to employ 40 good men and women be at GDC next week. Current openings are listed here.
Apparently the contract package should appeal to those wanting a position to help pay the bills without the long-term commitment–and you would have to relocate to Scotland.
“In contrast to many other companies and sectors at the moment, our biggest challenge is in recruiting staff of the caliber, and in the quantities we need”, said Realtime’s John Duthie. “Already 25% of our workforce comes from outside the UK because we aren’t able to find everyone we need here.
“Many companies have laid off large numbers of talented staff in recent months and we see GDC as a great chance to tap into that talent pool. With the economy the way it is, many people don’t want to think about committing to a permanent move, so what we’re offering is a number of contract positions for folk to come to Scotland, help us to a successful launch of APB, and then reassess their options when the economy is hopefully in better shape.
“We can take care of work permits process, relocation, housing – all anyone’s got to do is get along to our recruitment stand at GDC to kick off the process.”
You would be working on All Points Bulletin and another, currently unannounced project. The jobs come with a money, a 12-month contract, Visa costs paid, return flights paid, free quality accommodation, free healthcare, paid overtime, and paid holiday.
Wow. Fancy a move to Scotland, anyone?
Press release below.
Wed, Jun 25, 2008 | 21:32 BST
Who knew frothing at the mouth and raving un-endlessly about a game could net you some cash? The staff over at ABP-Evolved sure didn’t, but, as Massively reports, that didn’t stop APB-Evolved from finding 1,000 crisp, new dollars dedicated to their cause, all thanks to the loving support of APB developer Realtime Worlds.
Hey Realtime, if you’re reading this, we have an APB fansite too. Er, just make the check out to videogaming247, for now. No, really, it’s our pleasure.