Highly prized on Runescape's auction house

  • That does seem about right though... doesn't it? They appear to be conducting bad business yet again years later in more ways than one and the player benefits nothing either way.End idea? So get a life people... and do something in the REAL world. Go to school. Read a few books. Practice some REAL OSRS gold... like playing a tool. Work with wood or metals... learn to code. Grow food. Do SOMETHING from the true world and change your world! Best wishes!

    Why Jagex is eventually bringing RuneScape to cellular with cross-platform play

    You've probably heard of RuneScape, but did you know that it attracts two million active users and has countless thousands of subscribers?First launched by programmer Jagex 16 decades back in January 2001, RuneScape has since divided into two matches: Old School -- in which players can enjoy the classic gameplay -- and the newest RuneScape, in which users get regular new updates to the title.

    In fact, RuneScape has been growing for the last three years in terms of players and revenues.The game could be set to obtain another shot in the arm with the announcement which Jagex is rolling out the longstanding title to mobile platforms.

    Old School RuneScape will hit the app stores first this winter, while cheap Runescape gold is expected to follow in early 2018. Both matches will also be cross-platform -- meaning consumers can play their PC counterparts and load the specific same characters and continue where they left off.It's unclear whether the matches will every get a roll out on the App Store and Google Play, although Jagex is in talks with Apple and Google in regards to the topic.