Players attempt Runescape find it enjoyable

  • With the future in mind, RuneScape gold has rolled out deep fishing fishing. A brand new offshore hub enables players with"at least level 68" regular Fishing ability --which is, of course, one of PC gaming's my beloved and sought after pastimes--capture everything from jellyfish to good whites. More info on each one the aforementioned can be through the game's Rsgoldfast website.

    'Runescape Classic' will close down after nearly two decades

    One year after revealing plans to vent both RuneScape and Old School Runescape to cellular and tabletcomputer, developer Jagex has declared that the first RuneScape's PC servers will be going offline indefinitely. To be clear, that's Runescape Classic -- that the 2001 match -- so Old School Runescape servers stay untouched.

    For fans of the 17-year old browser-based MMORPG, this is comparable to the ending of an age; RuneScape was one of those leaders in the online fantasy market, sitting amongst EverQuest and Asheron's Call; it dunked players into a medieval realm, let them transform in an avatar of their decision, and embark on a non-linear adventure filled with questing, PvP battle, and needless to say, an enviable chatroom. But from August 6th at 3AM ET, Runescape Classic will vanish into the electronic ether. Jagex clarified that its resources simply aren't compatible with Classic any longer:

    "It's been amazing to see such dedication amongst those of you who buy RS gold have kept playing RuneScape Classic within the last few decades," Jagex's farewell post says,"But it's not all fun and games." Apparently, botting had become a serious problem and a growing list of game-breaking bugs were proving too difficult to eradicate.