Realtime Worlds’ MMO All Points Bulletin has a pulse. We didn’t have to check -- the studio behind the title did all the legwork for us. In a recent statement released to All Points Bulletin fan Web site, APB Evolved, Realtime Worlds apologized for going quiet and frustrating those most excited about the title.
Oh, and the studio also mentioned they’ll make an appearance at E3.
“... we just wanted to quickly say thanks for all your patience recently whilst we’ve been quietly pushing forward with the development of APB,” Realtime Worlds said.
“We know this can be frustrating for fans, so to show our appreciation we have decided to inform you guys that yes we WILL be at E3 this year and this will mark the start of lots more news, activities and information coming out about APB: All Points Bulletin.”
In addition to the E3 drop, Realtime Worlds released an exclusive image to APB Evolved that apparently showcases some of the customization options in the game.
Will APB make an appearance at E3? Let’s hope. The “bastard child” of Realtime Worlds deserves a bit of the limelight.
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