Realtime Worlds, best known for its work on Crackdown and the upcoming APB, has hit a milestone. The developer has announced today that it has hit the mark of 250 working staff.
Looking for work? You might want to check in with Realtime Worlds, as the plans are to grow even more going into 2010. The developer says it plans to grow “considerably more than 300 by early 2010 when it will have launched its next title, APB.” Yes, if all goes as planned, we’ll be playing APB early next year. And at least 50 more people will have jobs at Realtime Worlds. What more could you want?
Be sure to check out the APB screens and trailer from E3, where it was announced it would be partnering with Electronic Arts to publish the persistent online gang shooter.
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