Realtime Worlds Goes Into Administration
APB developer Realtime Worlds has gone into administration today, following lacklustre sales of its crime-MMO All Points Bulletin.
Published on Aug 17, 2010
Realtime Worlds, the Dundee-based developer of Crackdown and APB has apparently locked down its head office.
Employees at the firm have been providing breaking information.
Employees at the firm have been providing breaking information about the ordeal. One employee tweeted earlier today, "WARNING - ALL PCS ARE BEING SHUT DOWN AND ACCOUNTS LOCKED OUT - GET TO YOUR EMAIL WHILE YOU CAN!!!"
Local newspaper Dundee Courier has reported that the company has severed 170 jobs today, including 60 dedicated staff for Realtime World's follow-up project MyWorld.
Currently, no statement has been made by Realtime Worlds.
[Source: Games Industry]
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