Assemble your companions and prepare to spam visit in Lumbridge, swashbucklers. Free legacy MMORPG Old School Runescape is advancing toward Steam one month from now.
Only a short time after Runescape’s more youthful, contemporary version advanced toward Valve’s shores, Jagex this week reported that it would carry the nostalgic 2007-period customer to Steam on February 24th as a feature of the game’s twentieth commemoration.
According to a declaration post on Steam, you’ll have the option to connect existing OSRS record to regroup, regardless of whether that was a week ago or 10 years back. In case you’re new to Runescape, you’ll have the option to sign in straightforwardly with your Steam account. OSRS will get all the standard Steam faff as well, dispatching with accomplishments and presenting exchanging cards not long after dispatch.
While pitched as a period case of Runescape around 2007, OSRS is not really a dead game. The return is still bounty dynamic, breaking its simultaneous player record simply last November. The game even gets new things, beasts, highlights and a periodic new landmass, utilizing an endorser casting a ballot framework to guarantee new updates stay in the soul of the old game.
Simply this week, Runescape designer Jagex was gained by the world’s second-biggest private value firm, The Carlyle Group, which vows to siphon more assets into the respected MMO.