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APB creator David Jones joins APB Reloaded

by Alice O'Connor, May 12, 2011 11:00am PDT

APB creator and Grand Theft Auto designer David Jones has been reunited with his malformed baby, signing up with Reload Productions to work on the free-to-play APB Reloaded.

"This game was my passion back when I was developing it with Realtime Worlds, and I'm extremely excited to be able to participate in fulfilling the long term vision for the title," Jones said in the announcement. "After seeing what the team has done with the game thus far, I'm certain that APB Reloaded will become the title that truly breaks new ground for online game experiences, especially with transition to a free to play model."

Publisher GamersFirst explained that Jones "will serve in an advisory role and will share his vast game design experience during critical design stages of the ongoing development of APB Reloaded."

GamersFirst picked up the cops & robbers MMO following the financial collapse and closure of original developer Realtime Worlds, which Jones founded. Reloaded is essentially the same game, but with a few extra months of development time and running under a free-to-play model rather than subscriptions.

APB Reloaded will officially enter open beta on May 18. However, you can get in a bit early by registering a GamersFirst account and signing up for the newsletter.





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