APB Reloaded is a free to play Shooter game, released at 2010.06.29, created by Reloaded Productions. You can play APB Reloaded on PC (Windows) platform. Check out APB Reloaded description & APB Reloaded system requirements.
All Points Bulletin (ABP): Reloaded is a free to play 3D massively multiplayer online third person shooter game brought to you by GTA creator David Jones. APB: Reloaded focuses on the fictional, modern day city of San Paro where two opposing factions are embroiled in a constant battle. The Law Enforcement Faction, who as their name suggests, takes on the challenge of upholding the law and protecting justice. Gangs, on the other hand, use any means necessary to oppose justice and wreak havoc on any opposing groups in the town. The city of San Paro is a persistent open-world urban environment where players become the core focus of the content for other players as the race is on for fame and fortune. APB: Reloaded is a PvP driven experiences in which each faction is pitted against each other to accomplish their goals using missions such as Capture the Flag, Keep Away, VIP, and more. Players can advance their character by generating income in a variety of ways including bounty hunting, theft and mugging, and other criminal activities. This currency can then be traded in for more powerful vehicles, weapons and equipment. Through the support of micro-transactions, items can also be purchased in the in-game store using real world currency. Noted for its multitude of customization options, APB: Reloaded offers players a wide array of choices to make their character, vehicles, and weapons unique and mold them to each individual’s gameplay style. Couple this with the game’s persistent open-world and San Paro is what you choose to make it.
Below you can check APB Reloaded minimum system requirements:
OS: Windows XP
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6420 (2.13GHz) or AMD Athlon x2 5800+ (3.0GHz)
Memory: 3 GB RAM
Graphics Card: GeForce 7800 with 256MB and support for Pixel Shader 3.0, or AMD equivalent
Storage: 7 GB HD space