Realtime Worlds, and Electronic Arts have reported that the game APB (All Points Bulletin) will arrive in Russia July 1, 2010. The game is fully translated into Russian. Also on July 1 game will appear in mainland Europe and 2 July in the UK.
The basis of APB posited the eternal theme of confrontation bandits and police, and the action takes place today in the open game world, the fictional city of San Paro, which is filled in gangs. Some players achieve fame and wealth, taking advantage of the city and its inhabitants ... they will be called "bandits". "Siloviki" will comply with the law and make a capture of the criminals. The concept that players have become the main target for other players, has become one of the many unique features of the draft APB.
Realtime Worlds was founded gaming legend David Jones, creator of Lemmings, Grand Theft Auto 1 and 2 and Crackdown. APB - a new studio project, which implemented a unique pricing model, based on three basic principles: value, flexibility and lack of commitment. Players will only pay for time spent in the main parts of the city.
Users will be able to buy the game APB in retail stores or via e-load. An extended version of the game, released in the format DVD-box, come at the price of 899 rubles, and will contain a full version of the game, 20 hours of free game and 40 points RTW. The standard version of the game will cost 599 rubles, and contains a full version of the game, as well as 15 hours of free gameplay. In addition to the main game, players will get unlimited time in special compartments designed for communication and commerce.
After the initial free-time players will be able to choose from to fill up the playing time of 20 hours for 280 points RTW, or purchase an unlimited time game subscription for 30 days and costs 400 points RTW. When you subscribe to 90 and 180 days, the price goes down - 1140 points for 90 days and 2160 for 180 days. In addition to flexible payment system, players can also get extra time for their achievements. APB offers experienced players the opportunity to receive an award for skill, thus reducing costs for the game. Information about the cost of points RTW will be announced later.
"We want to provide a simple and flexible method of payment, which does not create financial dependence on the game and is suitable both for regular players, and for those who play infrequently. This model also offers users the opportunity to reduce their costs by applying their skills and ingenuity in trading on the Marketplace. Therefore, talented players can even play for free "- says David Jones.