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The GTA-inspired APB: Reloaded has quietly launched on Xbox One today, marking the long-running free-to-play MMO's console debut.
The developers are calling this a "soft launch," hence the relatively quiet release. Those who play the game during its first 30 days (or before the first patch arrives, if that should come sooner) will receive a free Founders Pack, which consists of things like the Fireworks Flare Launcher and a vehicle. If you play more than 10 hours during this period, you'll also get an exclusive in-game title and some weapon skins.
All Points Bulletin was first released on PC in 2010 as a subscription-based MMO. It was developed by Grand Theft Auto creator David Jones' studio, Realtime Worlds, which is best known for the original Crackdown. APB was essentially pitched as an MMO version of GTA, but it struggled out of the gate and was sold off and then re-released as a free-to-play game under the name APB: Reloaded in 2011. It's now developed by Reloaded Games and published by Ravenscourt.