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Open beta of APB Reloaded was released on June 29, 2011.APB Reloaded is an open-world, massively multiplayer online third-person shooter video game developed by Reloaded Productions and published by GamersFirst. The game is set in the fictional city of San Paro, where two factions, the Enforcers and the Criminals, battle for control of the city.


Players can choose to join either faction and take part in a variety of missions, such as capturing control points, rescuing hostages, and engaging in vehicular combat. The game also features an extensive character customization system, allowing players to customize their characters with a variety of clothing and weapons.


Overall it was fun and 

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