Whether you love or are of the same opinion as me on APB it's likely you're interested what will happen with the game now that Real Time Worlds has shut down service. Rumors were circulating for the past few weeks now that the game will be saved by another developer purchasing it.
A team of five from Dundee's computer gaming industry will this Sunday tackle the Loch Ness Marathon. The team, mostly comprised of ex-Realtime Worlds employees, are keen to prove their dedication to Dundee's games industry by taking on not just any marathon, but one that undulates over the hills of the South banks of Loch Ness on Sunday 3rd October.
Realtime Worlds has confirmed that their newly launched MMORPG All Points Bulletin will close despite their best efforts to find a buyer, just three months after the game's release.
Luke Halliwell, formerly a developer at Real Time Worlds, the company behind the now all but crashed MMO, has written a blogpost that gives us all a stunningly frank look into the kitchen of a failed MMO company.
Rumours have reached the OnRPG team that RealTime Worlds has laid off as many as 60 employees that were working on their only recently announced Project MyWorld. Since they were given notice 30 days ago, and announced the project roughly 14 days ago it seems they already knew the project would not actually go live.