Arc publishes its first third-party game; APB: Reloaded

Arc Games welcomes All Points Bulletin: Reloaded to their archive of Free to Play games!

For those unaware the Arc platform in essence is a version of Steam for Free to Play games only. With a very similar user interface, you have the ability to play all of those games in one unified account.
At this point, Arc only features games within The Perfect World’s library but today, APB: Reloaded has signed on board to expand their user base. In other words, if you’re a gamer who has been playing APB: Reloaded, Blacklight Retribution, Star Trek Online and you purchase in-game credits for each separately, Stop! With Arc its a one stop shop!

There are many other games out there other than those listed above, go check it out!

[toggles behavior=”accordion”] [toggle title=”Press Release: APB: Reloaded Arrives on Perfect World’s Arc Platform”]REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – August 26, 2014 – Perfect World Entertainment announced today the release of APB: Reloaded on Arc, its platform for publishing and accessing the best free online games. The Arc community can now divide between Enforcers, the vigilante justice faction, and Criminals, the anarchist faction, to protect or destroy the city of San Paro in this open-world action shooter. APB: Reloaded is the first game by a third-party developer to launch on Arc. For more information on APB: Reloaded on Arc, please visit:

Perfect World has also announced that additional highly anticipated third-party games like Path of Exile will be offered on Arc later this year.

With a single universal login, the Arc Client gives players access to a curated roster of games. Additionally, the Arc Client lets players experience their favorite online universes while seamlessly accessing information and resources for each game. Arc also connects communities across its list of titles with an array of social tools.

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