When it stopped taking applications last night, the new owner of APB, the cops-and-robbers MMO, said it had more than 100,000 requests to participate in the beta for APB: Reloaded, a free-to-play reboot.
In September, Realtime World’s cops and robbers MMO APB: All Points Bulletin closed its doors. In early 2011, free-to-play MMO publisher GamersFirst launches APB: Reloaded. GamersFirst CTO and COO Bjorn Book-Larsson tells Kotaku how the resurrection is going down.
Given the fact the game shut down after only three months, there weren’t many subscribers to MMO title APB. If you were one of the lucky/unlucky few, don’t go expecting a refund, because you won’t be getting one.