In the next step toward their ongoing crusade for world domination through free-to-play gaming, Perfect World Entertainment has added its first non-PWE game to its Arc platform: GamersFirst's APB: Reloaded.
Path of Exile is also slated to join the Arc lineup later this year, as will Warframe once PWE's purchase of Digital Extremes is complete.
As we mentioned a few weeks back, Perfect World is definitely looking to establish itself as the go-to hub for a lot of F2P games, including ones not of their own making. Even if you don't like Perfect World (or even APB), there shouldn't be any issue with them adding games to their Arc portfolio, especially well-regarded ones like Path of Exile, right?
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