Electronic Arts and Realtime Worlds came together today to unveil a partnership between the famed developer and the mega-publisher to bring the dynamic MMO (of sorts), “All Points Bulletin” to PC early in 2010.

APB is a cops and robbers type game, and while the term MMO is correct, by massively, they mean 100, fully customizable players in one game at a time.

The game has been in development for years now, but Realtime Worlds was waiting for the right time, place, and energy to officially debut the title, and what better time and place than sunny Los Angeles at Electronic Arts’ media briefing earlier today?

“After a few years of quietly working on APB I’m extremely excited to be able to show it publically for the first time,” said David Jones, Founder and Creative Director of Realtime Worlds. “To also be able to announce our marketing and distribution agreement with EA Partners at the same time is the cream on top. It’s very evident that EA Partners are clearly in-sync with our vision for APB and between us we aim to ensure gamers understand why it’s unique, and share our excitement.”

You’ll play as either the Criminals or the Enforcers in this revolutionary open-world action game that aims to redefine the genre (if there was even one to begin with) and your morality will play a major role in the character you choose to become.

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