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APB to Charge Extra for Action District Access?

Jon Ireson of DualShockers writes, "It seems that early reports of All Points Bulletin not having any type of monthly-based fee may have been misleading. The title, which has been available for pre-order on Steam for a while now, has a disclaimer notice within its home page in Steam at this time. The message basically gives way to the idea that you might be paying more than just a one-time fee for the upcoming MMO-like Shooter...."

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Chadness2753d ago

It could also just indicate a change in business models for the game from when we heard that it was going to be free of a monthly charge. But, who knows.

Hitman07692753d ago (Edited 2753d ago )

There are some price plans being talked about but as far as debuting to the public this is really the first mainstream indication of this. I want to see their so-called "for the players" plan emerge before I go ahead and take their word on how it will play out. If there is not an unlimited option it will be pretty ridiculous and it's bad enough they want more after the $49.99 ...

That being said if the pricing thing is reasonable and has a yearly or unlimited option which is affordable it should be pretty decent.