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Report: APB refunds and free games being given out by EA

As we have reported earlier this month, the first person MMO All Points Bulletin is now no more as its servers were shut down by defunct game developer Realtime Worlds. The game was distributed and published by Electronic Arts and launched at the end of June which means there are some people who bought the game for $50 that now have nothing to show for it.

So what do you do? According to reports made by players of the game on Steam, players contacting EA via the customer support phone numbers asking for refunds for APB have apparently been able to get at least some compensation. One reader was given a offer for a $20 voucher and then the offer got raised to a free game from EA.

[Via Blue's News]

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