Realtime Worlds administrator out to prove that action MMO is a worthy purchase

Light at the tunnel’s end for APB?

The administrator in charge of troubled Dundee developer Realtime Worlds have released some stats that it hopes will make MMO APB an appealing purchase for a would-be buyer.

The game currently has 130,000 registered users who play the title on average for four hours every day. An average of $28 is spent per user, per month through a combination of game time and user-to-user marketplace trading.

It’s not known, however, how many of those users remain as active players of the game.

“These are healthy numbers and reflect positively on APB as a ongoing concern,” joint administrator Paul Dounis of Begbies Traynor.

“They prove this is a very enjoyable game, which is shown by the average player daily playtime and an ARPPU (Average Revenue per Paying User) that is highest of any game out there.”

This story originally appeared on our sister site MCV.

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