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style="font-style: italic;">The fight between Criminals and Enforcers may not be over after all.
It seems that APB (All Points Bulletin) has been given a second chance at life. According to a gamesindustry.biz source, APB has been acquired by the K2 Network, the company behind free-to-play gaming giant GamersFirst. APB was shut down after a mere three months of service, prompting the collapse of developer Realtime Worlds.
If the information from the source proves true APB couldhave a second chance at life. The article notes that an official announcement about the acquisition is expected in the coming week.
Sources have told GamesIndustry.biz that the publisher of War Rock and 9 Dragons paid in the region of £1.5 million for the game, with a possibility that the shooter may be up and running again before the end of the year.
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