E3: EA to publish Realtime's APB

Crime-themed MMO finds a new home.

At EA's E3 press conference in Los Angeles today, the company has announced that it will be publishing Realtime Worlds' cops versus robbers MMO, APB.

The Crackdown developer's founder - and original GTA creator - Dave Jones came on stage to show the first trailer for the game, and showcase the incredibly detailed character customisation, but it wasn't played live for the audience.

No date or platforms were mentioned. We'll be meeting Realtime later this week, so we'll find out what we can.

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