APB: Reloaded hits 3m registered users, ‘all-new APB experience’ incoming

By Dave Cook
11 February 2013 10:52 GMT

APB: Reloaded, the F2P MMO from GamersFirst and Reloaded Productions has hit over 3 million registered users, VG247 understands. The game was conceived as an enhanced version of Realtime World’s troubled title, which saw the studio collapse back in September 2010. An ‘all-new APB experience’ has also been teased by the publisher.

Speaking with VG247, a GamersFirst rep confirmed that over 3 million gamers have signed up to APB: Reloaded, and that it enjoys 25,000 and 30,000 active players every day.

It comes as the publisher celebrates a year of APB: Reloaded holding firm among the top 5 of Steam’s F2P chart. To celebrate the news, GamersFirst detailed an incoming Settle the Score game update, and teased to Scottish Games that an ‘all-new APB experience may be revealed in coming months’.

Are you among the gamers still playing APB: Reloaded? Has it improved much since launch? Let us know below.

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