The quantity of content that’s available for $11 just RuneScape gold is extraordinary. I’ve been enjoying rs since 2001 and only recently start a new account and have been overwhelmed with what I must do only to be effective. RuneScape is one of the greatest bucks per hour games out there. That is what the community is all about. Efficiently, right?
Subscription models are expected for MMOs like this because MMOs are inherently known for their persistent, long term worlds, which clearly necessitates consistent cash flow to get development that you can’t get from flat fees. Not saying it’s the right way, but literal decades of supporting the same game is not economically feasible on a set fee version, and people clearly need this so it remains.
More New School content for OSRS. How many PUG raid bosses did Runescape have in 2007? Plus a few drops, BIS equipment. Finally OSRS is going to be so unrecognizable to old RS RuneScape players who really played 15 years ago they’ll need to generate an OSRS Classic. Are people getting bored of OSRS this passed a vote? So yes, people are becoming bored.
I really don’t know how people still play RuneScape game when it is filled with bots. Its market that involves gathering stuff and any ability is dominated by spiders. Wood cutting mining, anything. It is all bots. Oh wait, that 6000 Rune armors a day can be crafted by random bot. See in my view. Bots are wanted in RuneScape game. Otherwise the price of supplies that nobody makes often would take through the roof. You need things to mindlessly make those substances.
Only things are botted. Certainly not Rune Armor Smithing. Most of the time if resources costs or armor prices are crashing it’s because they are on the drop table for a boss that is popular. Though this can be frustrating because of skiller, it’s sort of a essential evil to keep RuneScape game running smoothly how high-level RuneScape players want to play (and appealing to your most dedicated RuneScape players to buy RuneScape Mobile gold is generally a good way to get a market like Runescape). I like to think of it more as like the”what if runescape never moved down the darkened path that it did” game. It’s still the OSRS u love and know but that we may appreciate without the RS3 stuff.