RuneScape has developed better and better in the past two years

  • RuneScape has been running for almost 20 years, during which time various operating modes have been changed. Nonetheless, the ancient MMO still performed very strongly, and it set a record last year. Visit to buy RS Gold. Although most of the credit goes to Old School RuneScape, it does not prevent it from attracting more than one million paying players last year.
    “Jagex’s RuneScape franchise achieved its highest-ever player membership peak in 2019,” the corporate says in an exceedingly promulgation, “with RuneScape and old-fashioned RuneScape attracting over 1.1 million paying subscribers, additionally to the numerous millions who enjoy the free-to-access content.”
    Old School RuneScape reached its highest ever number of daily active players in 2019, thanks in large part to the mobile version which launched the year before. The mobile version has now been installed over 8 million times. 2019 also marked an “all-time membership high” for the series – though daily is presumably a brand new all-time membership high, unless old accounts keep getting deleted.
    A fan-made tool which tracks officially reported player counts shows how the numbers break down over different versions of the OSRS Gold sport. OSRS represents the overwhelming majority of active players on a daily basis, and its lead spiked after the mobile release, while standard RuneScape’s numbers remained mostly flat in 2019. (It’s worth noting that players anecdotally report way more bots in OSRS, however.)
    From here, we can see that although MMORPG is slowly disappearing into people's vision, some of these ancient schools are still developing very well, even getting stronger and stronger.