Report: APB Rights Bought by F2P Company

We’d been hearing about potential buyers for the rights to APB ever since Realtime Worlds went under and then shut it down back in September, and if GI.biz sources are to be believed, a buy has been found. It’s not Epic, though. GI says the buyer is K2 Network, which is a company known for bringing Asian online games to the West via their free-to-play GamersFirst platform. I don’t really have much to say about this since I don’t know anything about K2, but I would guess that it’s safe to assume that APB, whenever K2 brings it back online, will be free-to-play. And that’s all I’ve got, at least until K2 confirms or doesn’t confirm this.

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