There’s trouble in the city of San Paro, and players have to put an end to it – or maybe it might be more fun to make things even worse!
APB Reloaded is a Free2Play massively multiplayer online third-person shooter game taking place in the modern-day fictional city of San Paro. This open-world environment challenges players to find their way through a city in a state of near anarchy. Players can take up the role of either a Criminal or Enforcer to commit or stop petty crimes and gain notoriety within their own organizations in order to control the city. Be it on foot or from the driver's seat, APB Reloaded melds player-on-player combat within the immersive city teetering on the edge of total chaos.
Powered by Epic’s Unreal 3 engine, APB Reloaded features a robust set of customization tools second to none, providing gamers the ability to create the exact look of their in-game avatar, personalized symbols, clothing, vehicles and in-game music.
Where will you stand in the battle for control? Discover unforgettable weapons, experience incredible customization and try to survive a frenzied battle for control of the streets.
In celebration of two years of hard-fought success, Reloaded Productions is naming the day “Reloaded Day” and is awarding players who log in between now and March 11 three days of Premium status in APB Reloaded. Gamers will earn more experience, more in-game rewards for completed missions and can take advantage of a 20% discount on everything in APB Reloaded’s item store. Reloaded Day also kicks off four days of high-stakes contests, giving players a chance to win more than $6000.00 worth of G1 Credits. More information about the contests can be found at APB Reloaded’s development blog.
As a special thank you to players who have supported APB Reloaded’s early development, Reloaded Productions is awarding special titles of ‘CBT Veteran’ for anyone who participated in the closed beta and ‘OBT Veteran’ to recognize all who joined the game during its open beta testing.
“It’s a very proud day for everyone here, and everyone involved in the success of APB Reloaded,” said Michael Boniface, managing director of Reloaded Productions Edinburgh. “In the beginning, the scope of work involved in making APB Reloaded would have been intimidating even for a large team, saying nothing of a development team of just 13. Through hard work, dedication and passion for the game, we’re awed at what we accomplished, and look to a bright and exciting future of continued game development.”
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