APB picked up by free-to-play specialists K2
It has emerged that Realtime Worlds' final game All Points Bulletin has been acquired by K2.
K2 is the California-based company behind the GamersFirst free-to-play service and it is believed that they payed just 1.5 million USD for the IP.
It was originally thought that APB would be snapped up by Epic Games especially given that the game was built using the Unreal Engine.
One other company who looked at APB was Codemasters Online who even said that the game could be turned around in nine months although their interest faded.
Thanks Develop Online.
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