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Free-to-play, massively multiplayer online action game All Points Bulletin: Reloaded, which was released for PC back in 2011, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this year, Deep Silver, Reloaded Games and The Workshop Entertainment announced today.

APB: Reloaded will remain free-to-play on PS4 and Xbox One. Players won't need a PlayStation Plus subscription to play online on PS4, but the Xbox One version will require Xbox Live Gold. Players will be able to earn some in-game items for free and can purchase gear, vehicles and other customizations.

The original APB: All Points Bulletin from Realtime Worlds was released in June 2010 as a subscription-based massively multiplayer online game. The game closed down a few months later, and was recently acquired by K2 Network and relaunched as APB: Reloaded by Reloaded Productions.

The console versions of APB: Reloaded are expected in the second quarter of 2015.

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Posted 04:43pm 23/1/15
So how about those aussie servers for PCplayers otherwise id be still playing
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