Dave Jones from Realtime Worlds told Eurogamer that a console version of APB (All Points Bulletin) will only happen if they can find a publishing partner. Jones is yet to talk to Electronic Arts, who published the PC version, about a console version, but those things aren't really primordial right now:

"I don't think it's something we'd say we'd shop around. We're going to stay heavily focused on building upon what we've got. We'll have conversations with people. If there's interest there, then of course we'd love to bring it to console.

"But I think, quite rightly, the console people are sitting there watching how the game does, how we build upon it, how good the service is, what would be the cost involved in running dedicated servers for console, for example, I don't think anybody's ever done that yet. There are still a lot of things they have to think about."

APB has been getting a mixed reception among critics.