"All Points Bulletin: Reloaded" is a 2011 relaunch of the 2010 video game "APB: All Points Bulletin." The game was relaunched as a free-to-play title through Valve's Steam service.
"APB: All Points Bulletin" was originally released for Microsoft Windows in June 2010. However, shortly after the game was released, publisher Realtime Worlds went into administration. In September 2010, Realtime Worlds announced its intent to shut down the game's multiplayer servers. The rights to the game were purchased by K2 Network, and the game was relaunched as "APB: Reloaded" in December 2011. The game can be played without any purchase, but players can improve their in-game characters with the purchase of virtual items.