Today is not a good day to Realtime Worlds. Because it was facing the danger of going bankrupt, but its major project first person shooter All Points Bulletin was still operating as normal.
Last month, Realtime Worlds reduced many staffs, and the rest would work on APB with all their strength. The web site's statemet says, 'APB will continue to run, receive updates and is completely accessible. There will be no disruption to the service. But it didn't say how long this situation will last. Gamasutra reports that Begbies Traynor, the company that's been put in charge of Realtime Worlds' administration, states that they are looking to sell the company and that they hope any buyer will want to continue with APB's development.
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