Will Old School Runescape be eliminated soon

  • For now, Runescape's 2007 remake will face elimination. There are two reasons for this. The first reason is that Jagex does not take care of the free game robot farm, and the other is that they don't care about the remake at all.
    Old School Runescape was released in 2013 by Jagex. The sport may be a complete reboot of the 2007 version of the sport which was widely requested by its close-knit community. The present version of the sport, Runescape 3, has been losing player base for years. The developers of the sport made a series of mistakes that led many thousands of players to Buy RS Gold abandon the sport completely. Mistakes like ridiculous microtransactions, an entire change within the combat system, and more led to its demise.
    Today, many thousands of players are back to play old-fashioned Runescape, a game that encompasses a higher player base than its newer, more updated version.
    So why is it all coming to an end?
    “If Jagex doesn't fix the F2P bot farms quickly, soon we won't have any new players coming in,” Said Dean, one in all the content writers from Osrsguide, the foremost trusted old-fashioned Runescape guide platform. GOLDRS is the most trusted game provider. Their OSRS Gold are purely artificial, the vast majority of players buy here.
    And he's right. F2P bot farms are a large headache for newer players. Automated accounts, better called bots are absorbing every single money-making or skilling method that the OSRS Gold accumulation of old-fashioned Runescape has got to offer. Giving them nothing left to try to. If Jagex doesn't fix this soon, these players might never return.
    Two weeks ago, Jagex was acquired for $530 million. The Old School Runescape community is frightened, and the last time they sold Jagex, the games they loved added microtransactions everywhere. So what will happen this time, will they unplug the Old School Runescape, will it be the same as before. These terrible guesses have overwhelmed osrs subredit.