All Points Bulletin has finally entered its closed beta stage of development and developer Realtime Worlds is looking for YOU. Grab the details on applying for the beta below:
Putting out an APB for all potential Beta Testers!
Realtime Worlds Ramps Up Closed Beta Signups
DUNDEE, Scotland - March 19th, 2010 - Realtime Worlds, the leading British independent video game developer behind APB: All Points Bulletin, have today laid down the law to all wannabe Criminals and Enforcers looking to get hands-on with APB during the third and final closed beta session. With the beta test already underway, gamers are required to sign up at www.apb.com/beta-application where lucky applicants will gain early access to the vibrancy and violence of gangland San Paro.
Incorporating frantic third-person action into a persistent online multiplayer world, APB will offer a whole new perspective on MMO gaming: this is 'Mass Mayhem Online'. Those fortunate enough to gain access to the closed beta will be able to experience the near limitless customisation and brutal urban combat APB has to offer.
"We're looking forward to welcoming thousands of new players to San Paro in the coming weeks." said Dave Jones, Creative Director at Realtime Worlds, "As APB enters this final stage of closed beta testing, we're anticipating a huge surge of interest with gamers from all over the world applying to take part and provide invaluable feedback to the development team preparing us for launch."
APB is set to launch simultaneously in North America and Europe later this year.
To find out more about APB, head here or head straight to the beta sign up at the link above.