All Points Bulletin’s incoming Patch 1.4.1 is loaded with all sorts of fixes and updates, a strong sign that the game is maintaining a healthy population of active and vocal players. We can expect a host of features with this installment, including combat updates, matchmaking tweaks, advanced graphical options, VOIP improvements, and brand new content altogether.
This is all well and good, though this update will only be rolling out to European Test Servers, as the North American servers just aren’t ready for players to test out the latest patch. As such, Realtime Worlds has seen fit to release the patch to live service earlier than planned. Full patch notes here.
In addition, Toxico dropped by the official site today to affirm Realtime Worlds’ announcement that it is going into “administration”. I’m not exactly sure what this means, but in any case, it will not affect the players or the All Points Bulletin game itself in any way. Toxico explains, “APB will continue to run, receive updates and is completely accessible. There will be no disruption to the service.”