style="font-style: italic; font-weight: bold;">APB style="font-weight: bold;"> ( style="font-style: italic; font-weight: bold;">All
Points Bulletin style="font-weight: bold;">) FAQ

commonly asked questions:

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is APB?

is an upcoming TPS MMOG from Real Time Worlds.

The game is set in a fictional city known as San Paro which has become
rife with crime and violence.

The city’s mayor has passed a law allowing law abiding
citizens to take up arms against the criminals in their city.

Players can choose which side they would rather play as; the lawless
Criminal faction or the Enforcers. Each side will have access to guns,
cars, customization and social interaction not yet seen in any other

style="font-style: italic; font-weight: bold;">APB style="font-weight: bold;"> a PvE or PvP game?

is definitely a PvP game. This does not mean that everyone is in a free
for all and can kill anyone they want. The game looks at your level and
recent successes and plays match maker, pitting you against others that
have a chance of taking you down. If you continue to win against those,
others will be alerted to come and fight.

can I get into the beta?

The closed beta is now over.

is the release date?

The NA release date is June 29th 2010

The EU release date is July 2nd 2010

rating ESRB rating does style="font-style: italic;">APB


The game will carry a Mature/18 rating.

large are the servers and how do they work?

The game world is split up into both servers and districts. Each server
holds up to 100,000 players and when you begin your character will be
locked into this server.

Within each server are multiple districts which are either action
districts or social districts. Action districts hold up to 100 players
each, and social districts hold up to 250 players.

the difference between action and social districts?

Action districts are where all the "action" takes place. These are the
districts where you will be taking missions and fighting other players.
Social districts are a place for you to hang out and do things like
customize your character and vehicles while taking a break from killing
and looting. There is no fighting in the social districts.

kind of customization is there in style="font-style: italic;">APB

has a level of customization never seen before in an MMOG. Everything
from clothing designs and the ability to create your own logos, to
truly creating your own tattoos. You can also customize your vehicles
with decals and custom paint jobs. style="font-style: italic;">APB
takes customization to a whole new level.

style="font-style: italic; font-weight: bold;">APB style="font-weight: bold;"> be available to
non-English speaking players?

and APB
websites will be localized into French, German, Spanish, Italian,
Russian and English.

are the minimum specs?

Core 2 Duo 2Ghz or equivalent

2GB RAM (3GB for Vista64 / Windows 7 64)

nVidia GeForce 7800 - 256MB or equivalent

20GB Hard disk space

much will it cost?

You can purchase a retail version of style="font-style: italic;">APB
either in-store or via digital download at standard retail price (SRP
$49.99/£34.99/€49.99). The game includes 50 hours of
action game play out of the box plus unlimited time in style="font-style: italic;">APB's
social districts customizing, socializing and trading on the

Once your game time is up, you have flexibility to top off your action
game time for as little as $6.99 (£5.59, €6.29) for
an additional 20 hours, while more frequent players can switch to a
30-day unlimited package for only $9.99 (£7.99,
€8.99) with discounts available for 90 and 180 days.

The retail package also contains a bonus 100 RTW points towards your
next purchases.

An additional benefit to this revolutionary model is the ability for
you to convert your own customizations and rewards to tradable products
to give to friends or clan-mates or to place on the Marketplace to earn
more RTW points (convertible to game time) or in-game cash.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016