RuneScape hasn't survived for more than 20 years simply because it's an average game that isn't something that anyone will commit to OSRS Gold for long. As an MMORPG it's part of a category that is always in danger of disappearing in spite of the popularity of a handful of games.Now, as we begin year 21 of RuneScape's existence, is it still the premier free-to-play MMORPG? Do you think it is worth the price of a membership fee? In other words... Are you sure RuneScape worth playing through 2022 and beyond? Let's look...
In all likelihood, RuneScape is still as beloved as ever with over 100,000 concurrent players regularly online during peak hours of the time of the day. More than 295 million accounts have been registered in the last 20 years and , while some may be not active today, a large number of them are operating.
The attraction of RuneScape is distinctive as it has no specific attribute it offers that can be defined as the reason behind its success. It is possible to thrive and live by using trade-related skills like Mining & Smithing. You can become a master of gathering by improving your skills in Woodcutting and Fishing or try to become one of Gielinor's greatest heroes and complete 100's of quests.
This is an enormous appeal and despite being such an established game, the story is fairly simple to grasp regardless of your time of joining. Many of the in-game Quests are mini-stories in the world , and don't be tied to any larger overarching storyline.
The content is continually developed and updates for the game never stop coming. Sometimes, this may be an issue, especially after the monetisation scandal that occurred a couple of years ago. The introduction of OSRS Gold For Sale real-money transactions via buying treasure keys caused a major debate, and it's not something the game industry hasn't seen before. FIFA points, however.