Runescape has gone from a MMO
In the ten years I have been off, RuneScape gold has gone from a fantasy-themed chatroom to a fully fledged MMO, complete with its own yearly festival, a card game twist off and enough content to produce 12-year-old me weak at the knees. If you can believe it, you need to actually download the latest version of the game.
It’s a game that’s maintained many of its own players through continuous updates and unrivalled audience interaction; log off for a month and you might have missed something that the community will likely be referencing for the next few decades.
And those are just the largest changes: Runescape has also obtained around 650 other feature upgrades in that moment, not to mention innumerable patches and fixes which have also been deployed. The fact that Jagex removed the Wilderness for 3 decades still feels like an insult to a past self – even if I was not playing at the moment.
Lumbridge is still there, with its set of buy old school rs gold Mischievous Imps still wandering the castle grounds amidst a sea of players barking the same immortal question at each other:”Will u be my gf?” Ten years has done nothing to weather this beast.