APB isn't Realtime's only game

And it's "not that far away".

Speaking to videogaming247 at the Develop Online conference today, Realtime Worlds' Colin Macdonald revealed that the Crackdown developer is making another game alongside crime MMO All Ponts Bulletin.

"We've got a couple of projects on the go, but in terms of our next-to-market, it's APB," he said.

He also revealed that the PC and 360 MMO might get to market sooner than you'd think. "We're not that far away," he said. "Things have been going really, really well. But it's a mammoth game: what's still to be done isn't going to be done overnight."

Macdonald also promised news on the APB beta test before too long, and said that going it alone with APB and not having a boxed product - as CCP has done with EVE Online - would be "risky".

Macdonald is sat just to our left. We're going to go over there right now and badger him to let us see APB soon. Watch us.

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