This week, RuneScape polishes some free-to-play areas with some new graphical updates. The coming patch will also have some changes to the Wilderness ruleset, and tweaks to the Daughter of Chaos quest.
There's a new Yak Track for RuneScape, Expedition to the Wilderness, this time set in the newly-updated and revamped Wilderness. Jagex has also confirmed Fresh Start access will be available through gameplay and delays the start.
Starting in September, RuneScape will get a four-month fresh start worlds event, with a level playing field, new economy, XP boosts, and an accelerated experience. OSRS will follow in October with no XP boost.
Jagex is celebrating 300 million RuneScape accounts with an event, collectibles, rewards, and more. Double XP is coming, and fixes are in the week's update.
Play a new way in Daughter of Chaos and The Wilderness becomes a PvP-optional, PvM zone and the new best way to train Slayer in RuneScape.
The RuneScape team gives a chance to get the Assassin's Walk animation this week, along with feedback on maintenance in response to community feedback, and a series of general fixes.
With Tombs of Amascut coming next month, Old School RuneScape gets a progress update and preview blog. Jagex also gives a technical look at the new Jagex launcher.
Free Death week has been extended by another week in RuneScape, letting players take a low risk crack at the recently added Zamorak fight or any other boss. There are new rewards and tweaks too.
Zamorak is coming, and the Wilderness will be reborn in RuneScape Legacy of Zamorak, which will feature scalable difficulty, new enrage system and ranks, graphical overhauls, new story, and more.
It's summer, so RuneScape is taking everyone back to the beach for beachy activities, lots of XP bonus chances, a showdown with the huge crustacean Clawdia, as well as new rewards.
Legacy of Zamorak is coming in July, beginning the next six-month storyline in RuneScape. Jagex has also announced two upcoming peeks at the content to come.
RuneScape is marking Pride Month with a new mini-event, Tales of Pride. Meanwhile, Old School RuneScape is planning some changes to the recently launched minigame, the Giant's Foundry and preparing for the iOS mobile launch.
Twilight of the Gods, a new lore-heavy quest for RuneScape, is live today to challenge players and gear them up for a difficult fight against dark lord Zamorak next month.
Twilight of the Gods will descend upon RuneScape on June 6th. The lore-heavy member's-only quest will set you up to confront Zamorak later this summer. Meanwhile, Old School RuneScape prepares to release mobile clients.
The latest game to end support for older systems is RuneScape, which willend 32-bit support "in the coming months". This week though, there's double XP to be had, and longtime members get new loyalty crowns.