Most of the time, when an MMO goes under, there is a strong core of fans remaining hopeful that their game will get picked up by another company and come back.
Most times that simply doesn't happen, but APB
might just be the exception to that rule. There have been rumors flying for a while
, and speculation was that Codemasters
had purchased the game. After David Solari put a stop to that
, we all went back to wondering what -- if anything -- would happen.
We've finally got our answer this morning. According to gamesindustry.biz, K2 Network
, the publisher behind GamersFirst
, has purchased APB
. Sources say that K2 paid around £1.5 million for the game, and that there is a "possibility that the shooter may be up and running again before the end of the year
." Furthermore, the game is likely to adopt a free-to-play business model.
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