GamersFirst announced today that the company’s blockbuster open-world third-person shooter, APB Reloaded, has joined the Steam library of games. Steam, Valve’s leading platform for digital content distribution and management, allows players to directly download APB Reloaded to their systems. Gamers can also connect with other players and keep the game client up-to-date, all through one safe and convenient service.
Available for download today, Steam members can now join the fight for control over the fictional world of San Paro while the game continues to refine itself through the open beta process.
Rahul Sandil, SVP of marketing and business development for GamersFirst said:
“GamersFirst is and always will be focused on our community, and being able to deliver the truly unique gaming experience that APB Reloaded offers to Steam subscribers only strengthens that commitment. Steam and GamersFirst share a common passion for authentic gaming experiences and dedication to delivering the very best entertainment possible to the PC platform.”
In the world of San Paro, Criminals and Enforcers battle in an open-world environment to control territories, commit or stop petty crimes, and gain notoriety within their own organizations. Be it on foot or from the driver seat, APB Reloaded melds player-on-player combat within the immersive world of a city on the edge of total chaos. Powered by Epic’s Unreal 3 engine, APB Reloaded features a robust set of customization tools second to none, providing gamers the ability to create the exact look of their in-game avatar, character symbols, clothing and even customize cars they drive.
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