GDC 2018: A Look at ‘Runescape’ and ‘Old School Runescape’ for Mobile

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Runescape is an absolutely fascinating game to read about, as how many games that were released in 2001 are still going strong over seventeen years later? If you’ve never heard of it, Runescape (originally) was a browser-based free to play MMO with a rapid update cycle with quest lines that have been evolving for over a decade. Quests aren’t the only thing that have grown, the game has massively increased in scope, and now has a lightweight client you download to play in complete 3D.

The mobile port is still a work in process, but the Runescape devs aim to have it be a complete 1:1 playable version of the game. You can play on your PC, log out, and pick out exactly where you left off on your phone. Given it’s a pretty hardcore PC title, there’s bunch of UI quirks to work out still on touch, but as you can see from the above video, it’s working pretty great!

Potentially more interesting is their second mobile project, a similarly totally functional mobile port of Old School Runescape, a modern re-release of 2007’s Runescape back before its full 3D beautification. Old School Runescape is entirely community driven, with any proposed update requiring 75% of the community to vote “Yes” for it to get added to the game.

Runescape is one of those games I’ve heard a ton about over the years, but really never dived into. Once these mobile clients launch, I think that’s all going to change.


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RuneScape and Old School RuneScape are coming to mobile devices

RuneScape is one of the oldest MMORPGs still in active development, and developer Jagex isn’t just keeping the lights on. It’s planning a substantial expansion of RuneScape’s capabilities in the coming months. A mobile client for the current version of RuneScape is on the way, and that’s not all. The classic “Old School RuneScape” is also heading to mobile.

RuneScape is set in the fantasy world of Gielinor. There are spells, monsters, and quests—typical RPG stuff.

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RuneScape goes mobile later this year

Yes, RuneScape still exists. In fact, it’s coming to iOS and Android in just a few short months. Jagex, creators of the hit fantasy MMORPG of yesteryear, is releasing RuneScape Mobile and Old School RuneScape for mobile devices, complete with crossplay with the PC version.

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If you're an avid player of MMORPG RuneScape, then you should be paying attention to publisher Jagex's announcement today. The UK-based game developer revealed that RuneScape and Old School RuneScape will be coming to both mobile and tablet devices.
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