Korean publisher Webzen has announced that All Points Bulletin, the massively multiplayer combat and driving game being developed by Real Time Worlds, will come to the Xbox 360 after its initial launch on PC.
The game, described as a "massively multiplayer freeform combat and driving-based game", is due out on the PC in early 2007, with an Xbox 360 version set to follow around a year later.
Last week, Microsoft corporate VP Peter Moore revealed that Real Time Worlds is also working on a number of Xbox 360 exclusive titles for Microsoft Game Studios, but no details have yet been revealed of any of those games.
Development on All Points Bulletin is taking place under the watchful eye of Real Time Worlds founder Dave Jones - the original creator of the Grand Theft Auto franchise, with which APB shares a number of themes.
Set across a number of famous cities around the globe, APB focuses on a war between two factions - the lawbreaking Gangs and the law-upholding Squads - and is described as featuring "intense game play in a highly volatile world filled with dramatic car chases, shootouts, busts, escapes and arrests."
"As an avid gamer and creator of many single-player games, it has been my dream to create an online gaming experience that provides the player with the ultimate freedom to do whatever he wants in a thriving, living environment," according to Jones.
More details of Real Time Worlds' other titles are expected to emerge in the coming weeks.