Realtime Worlds hires back some Project: MyWorld staff
Begbies Traynor, the company administering the stricken APB developer Realtime Worlds has hired back some of the staff that were working on their other title Project: MyWorld.
All of the staff working on Project: MyWorld were initially let go but it appears that around 23 of those made redundant have been re-hired to continue work on the title.
Administrator Ken Patullo told Develop Online: "As a smaller entity MyWorld is attracting considerable interest from potential buyers and 23 members of the team who had been working on the project clearly add value to it as a standalone business."
He added on APB: "We want to offer reassurance to gamers that APB will not only continue as an online service but will be improved and supported 100 per cent during restructuring."
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