There's also the inclusion of this Solomon Store, that's the house of micro-transactions in the game. You can spend in-game bonds which are got through playing the game or use real money to buy items. (It is free-to-play, but you will want to fork out to get a subscription to access premium areas of the game and is totally worthwhile.)
Considering that which OSRS buy gold was, this really is incredible development.If that was not enough, Jagex additionally implemented a whole new combat system, eliminated the wilderness (WHYYYY!?)
I loved how you might actually use non-combat abilities more frequently in the world to create some of them marginally more useful. Strangely enough, it feels more like a MMORPG now than previously, even though there are a number of things I do not like about the changes. Everything sort of felt exactly the same, but it had been such a departure from the game which I ceased playing back in 2006.
I really like the changes but it is not the game I loved. It simply didn't supply that much-wanted nostalgia buzz I'd hoped for. This was until I spotted Old School Runescape as a portion of the subscription membership.
Downloading the dedicated customer for Old School Runescape (I had been shocked to learn you are also required to download software to buy RS gold perform this iteration of Runescape), made my jaw drop. Old School Runescape came around when Jagex requested the community if the developer should launch a backup copy of the match from 2007 and put it on a different development branch. I am so thankful the community agreed, since this is precisely what I had been cravings.