"It's looking like there might be light at the end of the tunnel for
APB. The end of the administration process is apparently close and there appears to be a buyer for the game."
Fans of the beleaguered and quickly shuttered All Points Bulletin
may have something to celebrate soon, as the above message recently popped up in the game's patch notes
. While the website has been taken down, the patcher is still delivering news. Earlier this month, the message went out that there still may be hope for APB
, as the October 7th patch notes reported: "The negotiations continue! Still many groups in the fray, still hope that
APB will rise again."
While the patcher address appears to be a little sketchy, APB's Ben Bateman, one of the former community managers for the title, has retweeted
the address of the patch notes in order to spread the word.
There is no indication which company may be angling to take over -- and perhaps re-open -- the enforcers-vs-criminals MMO, although last we heard, Epic Games was a contender
. We'll bring you more on this as it develops.
UPDATE: Ben Bateman works for Codemasters, according to his LinkedIn. Did Codemasters buy APB? Commence speculation!
[Thanks to Notturno for noticing the tweet and Mike for the LinkedIn profile!]