Another titbit of information to come from EA’s investor report is that its MMO All Points Bulletin has been pushed back from Q1 of this financial year to Q2 .

APB was originally due to be released next month, but it appears the urban MMO needs more time before it’s ready to be released, which will disappoint many fans.

Unlike other MMOs, APB will not require a monthly fee, although the pricing structure was still being decided upon when Realtime Worlds revealed this fact back in August last year.The company regularly releases podcasts on the progress of the title, see the latest one here. To find out more about APB, see our earlier coverage.See more about EA’s report in this morning’s article.

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