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Reloaded Productions has announced APB: Vendetta, a fast-paced FPS set inside the All Points Bulletin MMO universe.

A Kickstarter page for the game is now live and is currently at $6,031 of its $300,000 goal. A brief rundown of the game straight from the developer’s mouth can be found below:

APB Vendetta is a character-driven extreme mobility competitive shooter, inspired by theAPB Reloaded universe, built on an entirely new high-agility game system featuring; extreme movement mechanics, melee combat, dual wield weapons, character-specific finishing moves, a fighting-game ethos, customizable private servers, modding tools and an upgraded game engine using the latest (2013) version of Unreal3.

APB Vendetta is a buy-to-play game where players receive all guns, characters and game affecting items upfront, with optional monthly server rentals for on-demand managed and modded servers. If you already play APB Reloaded, then APB Vendetta can connect to its predecessor and you can share “Premium Account Status” between the two games. One long-term stretch goal includes expansive tools to export non-game-play affecting visual customized items from APB Reloaded to APB Vendetta as part of future mod and ops toolkits. By backing our Kickstarter you empower us to create this separate dedicated development team expanding the APB universe. 

The game is due to release January 2014 for PC if the funding goal is met. You can check out the debut trailer below.

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APB: Vendetta Announced, Kickstarter Funding Begins

By Matthew Bennett | 03/27/2013 11:28 AM PT

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Reloaded Productions has announced APB: Vendetta, a fast-paced FPS set inside the All Points Bulletin MMO universe.

A Kickstarter page for the game is now live and is currently at $6,031 of its $300,000 goal. A brief rundown of the game straight from the developer’s mouth can be found below:

APB Vendetta is a character-driven extreme mobility competitive shooter, inspired by theAPB Reloaded universe, built on an entirely new high-agility game system featuring; extreme movement mechanics, melee combat, dual wield weapons, character-specific finishing moves, a fighting-game ethos, customizable private servers, modding tools and an upgraded game engine using the latest (2013) version of Unreal3.

APB Vendetta is a buy-to-play game where players receive all guns, characters and game affecting items upfront, with optional monthly server rentals for on-demand managed and modded servers. If you already play APB Reloaded, then APB Vendetta can connect to its predecessor and you can share “Premium Account Status” between the two games. One long-term stretch goal includes expansive tools to export non-game-play affecting visual customized items from APB Reloaded to APB Vendetta as part of future mod and ops toolkits. By backing our Kickstarter you empower us to create this separate dedicated development team expanding the APB universe. 

The game is due to release January 2014 for PC if the funding goal is met. You can check out the debut trailer below.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89