All Points Bulletin Cash Price History
Our APB Cash list has been last updated on November 30, 2015. The next update is scheduled for December 1, 2015. As of November 30, 2015 the median price for 500,000 is $14.49. Currently there are 8 All Points Bulletin Cash prices in our database.
About APB Cash
All Points Bulletin was developed by Realtime Worlds and first released on June 2010 in North America and Europe. The game was relaunched on the first half of 2011 as All Points Bulletin: Reloaded after K2 Network has purchased Realtime for 1.5 million GBP.
The game starts with the player choosing between two factions, whether to be a member of the Enforcers or the Criminals, in the city of San Paro. Gameplay happens with the factions given a mission wth a set of objectives that they need to achieve while the other side stops them from doing so. Players are then awarded with money from joining such missions. These money which they can use to buy weapons, improve appearances and even influence the way a game goes. The game is on third-person perspective. PvP can be performed on some districts of the city, while there is also a district purely for socialization only where weapons are not allowed.
All Points Bulletin was considered by the developers as the bastard child of GTA and Crackdown. And eventhough it was not intended to compete with fantasty-themed MMOs such as World of Warcraft, it basically did well. The in-game music is similar to the GTA, with tracks from established artists and up and coming new artists as well. On September 2010, APB was shut down. It was then relaunched as APB: Reloaded on the first half of 2011 as a free-to-play game. The game has since then received mixed reviews with Metacritic giving it a 56% average.
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Schemes to Score Stacks of APB Cash
All Points Bulletin (APB) is a frenetic urban free-for-all shooter, but in all the crime and chaos, there are systematic ways to score quick APB cash - whether you're a righteous Enforcer or a devious Criminal.
Armored Car-Assisted Robberies
In APB, there are roving armored cars that spawn randomly on the map. These sturdy and spacious vehicles can be your perfect accomplice to robberies. Holding up to 25 boxes, crates and other robbery goods, a fully loaded armored car can net you a lot of cash in one go. Then after carrying off the heist, you can make even bigger bucks by taking the armored car to the shop. The value of the armored car will depend on its condition, so do try to keep it in tip-top shape when you are using it for your thieving escapades.
Some APB Criminals go about their robberies in a haphazard, devil-may-care way. This might be more spontaneous, but it is also less efficient and riskier. True masterminds know that in order to rake in APB Cash with minimal detection and conflict, the robberies must often take place on the smaller alleyways and streets where Enforcers are less likely to be patrolling. Teaming up with another Criminal also potentially yields faster Cash per minute. For example, one Criminal can drive the runaway vehicle while the other loads it up with stolen goods that will be later sold off for sweet Cash.
Becoming a Serial Witness
For Enforcers who may not be in the shady business of robbery, witnessing is a more viable cash cow. Enforcers can witness a crime, perform a set of actions that triggers a bounty mission, and then engage in pursuit of the single criminal or gang. You increase your chances of taking on the bounty mission if you are not currently engaged in a mission, so plan ahead. Witnessing might not have a big instant payoff, but it can definitely add up with the amount of ram-raiding crimes being committed in the APB world (and the bonus organizational standing per witnessing is a sweet bonus to boot.)
Arresting and Completing Missions
While Criminals get the fun task of skirting their way around the law, Enforcers have the noble and very profitable duty of arresting the bad guys. Arresting provides a huge bonus of cash, often at a higher rate than simply killing the perps off. Of course it is trickier to do, but once you get a hang of it, expect a nice stream of Cash and feel-good vibes.
Mailing in Funds
There is, for now, little reason to keep your Criminal and Enforcer funds separate. If you find that you are making more Cash from your Criminal, then by all means play the character more and simply send your Enforcer a stipend through the Mail system.