Jagex Announces Mobile Versions & Cross Platform Play

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 17, 2017

You might want to do that because the mobile incarnation isn't a separate game based on the IP as so many mobile games are-this will be a true mobile client of the full game. Old School RuneScape caters to those nostalgic fans, presenting the game as it was in its earlier days.

Starting with older versions of Runescape, Jagex has promised to bring out Runescape Classic and other versions of the MMORPG title to mobile devices this Winter, with the latest and greatest modern iteration to come sometime later.

In case you haven't been following the game closely since its heyday in the mid-2000s, RuneScape is actually now two different games. RuneScape and Old School RuneScape coming to mobile is a sure way to ensure the nostalgia-inducing MMO can keep up with the times and also reach new mobile-only audiences. In the meantime, players can head over to the websites of both games through the source links below and register their interest for a chance to enter the closed beta stage ahead of the official release.

Jagex Announces Mobile Versions & Cross Platform Play

RuneScape might be old enough to drive, but it still has an active community, with thousands of players streaming on Twitch. A mobile client for the current version of RuneScape is on the way, and that's not all.

Back when pay-monthly was still a workable business model for MMORPGs, Runescape stood alone as an example of how to do free-to-play right.

Mobile gaming, where the 2012 release Clash of Clans still tops the charts, is ideal for RuneScape's future.

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