Today, 117Scape's RuneLive update release was confirmed by The Old School RuneScape team as part of a new arrangement between the team and modders to use RuneLive as a bridge to its own client.
RuneScape's ongoing Elder God Wars story arc will be getting a new addition today as The Nodon Front chapter comes to the long-standing MMORPG. The new chapter will players ultimately take on Kerapac, the general of RuneScape's Nodon Dragonkin, as well as reap rewards such as the first ever Tier 95 weapon, the Staff of Armadyl.
For old gamers like Matt, RuneScape, from developer Jagex, has been with us since the beginning days of the MMO genre. A staple in the MMO space for over 20 years, RuneSpace has always worked to find new ways to reach out to the ever-growing MMO community. The team's latest work towards that goal is the release of RuneScape to mobile devices. We sat down with two of the lead devs to talk about the mobile version.
Old School RuneScape now supports clans officially, and as a result there was much rejoicing. A feature long wanted by the community, the official support rolls out from Jagex today as part of the Clans update, which gives support for new and existing clans alike.
It's been a few months for Jagex, the developer of RuneScape. They've announced that the venerable MMORPG is coming to iOS and Android this summer, though the team has been dealing with this account recovery issue since March. Today the team provided another update on that front for those who are still affected.
Not often do we think of an MMO making a skill more friendly to being useable while you're not actively playing, yet it happens more often than we conciously think. RuneScape has announced it's reworking one of its least-trained skills, Divination, to make it both more interesting as well as more AFK-Friendly.
RuneScape fans who have been waiting years for its full release on mobile devices, the wait is almost over. Jagex has announced that the full release of RuneScape on Android and iOS this summer.
If you aren't familiar with the Login Lockout problem that has been a thorn in the side of RuneScape for over a month, here's your chance to get all caught up. The initial restoration of accounts in RuneScape is coming to a close, but there is more work to do. With this issue finally heading to a close, the developers look back briefly on where the problem began, and what Jagex plans to do to prevent it in the future.
RuneScape has been working hard at restoring accounts lost in the last month or so, sending waves of emails to those accounts that have been affected. This morning the team at Jagex announced the third wave of accounts that are impacted should be recieving emails, getting them back into the MMO. This is all with the backdrop of the current 20th Anniversary content ongoing in the long-standing MMO.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about the equipment rebalance in Old School RuneScape, and with good reason. March has plagued Jagex with a login lockout that has seen many of the MMORPG's players unable to log in and, well, play. However, the team took some time today to update fans on the rebalance efforts in the Old School version of the MMORPG.
RuneScape has had a rough month. The MMORPG has been dealing with log in issues that have plagued the game since the beginning of March, with the team working to resolve the issue for those affected accounts. Today the team posted an update to help affected players get a glimpse into the learnings from this month, plans to restore accounts and compensation for those affected.
RuneScape fans have had a rough few weeks, and while many are still unable to access their accounts, Jagex is planning on releasing its next update on March 29th with plans to compensate those who cannot log in still at the time.
It's been nearly two weeks since Jagex confirmed, and addressed, that there has been a widespread Login/Lockout problem in RuneScape, preventing players from getting into their account. To combat these issues, the team at Jagex has put together a game plan, which started with disabling some accounts while they gather analytics that will help them restore all accounts to their rightful, working order.
Over the past week, the team at Jagex has been diligently working towards restoring RuneScape accounts that are unable to login to the game. Executive Producer Ryan Ward addressed the community late last week, and let them know that restoration has begun.
The ongoing login lockout problem that RuneScape has been dealing with warranted a live stream earlier today, where a number of JMods, that included the Executive Producer Ryan Ward, Community Manager Liam Ashley, and CEO Philip Mansell, addressed the communities' concerns.