APB Reloaded comes to Xbox One, lets you be either a vigilante or a criminal

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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APB Reloaded was developed by the collaboration of Realtime Worlds and Reloaded Productions, and published by K2 Network. The game was released back in 2015 for Windows PC and is now available for Xbox One as well.

APB Reloaded is a free to play open-world MMO that allows you to join up with either your friends or random players to be a cop or a criminal. The action takes place in the city of San Paro, where players will take part in robberies, shoot-outs, and awesome car chases.

Since APB Reloaded is a free to play game, both the developer and publisher need to make money somehow. They’re opting to include microtransactions as a way to offer players in-game items and other perks using real money. It isn’t completely necessary to buy anything if time is available, but if you are a person who works all day and just wants to chill by playing some APB Reloaded, we suggest you invest a few bucks and purchase the items you find hard to get.

APB Reloaded is currently in soft launch mode so that the developer can solicit feedback from players in order to fix issues they report. APB Reloaded is already available on the Xbox Store.

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