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RuneScape hasn't survived for RuneScape gold more than 20 years simply because it's an average experience that doesn't have anyone committing to in the long-term. As an MMORPG It's part a genre that seems be constantly on the verge of demise despite the success of a few games.

And, as we move into year 21 of RuneScape's existence Is it still the premier free-to-play MMORPG? Is it worth the cost of a paid membership? Simply put... Is RuneScape worth it to play in 2022? Let's look...

It's true, RuneScape is still as popular as ever with well over 100,000 concurrent players typically playing at peak times throughout the time of the day. More than 295 million accounts have been created in the past 20 years and even though many are inactive today, a great percentage of those accounts are operating.

The appeal of RuneScape is distinctive as it has no specific aspect it provides that can be identified as the primary basis for its popularity. It is possible to thrive and live on trade abilities like Mining & Smithing. You can become a master of gathering by improving your skills in Woodcutting and Fishing or aspire to become Gielinor's greatest hero and complete a myriad of quests.

This is an enormous attraction and, despite it being an established game, the story is fairly easy to learn about no matter what time you sign up. Many of the in-game Quests are mini-stories that are set in the world and don't actually connect to any overarching story in any way.

Content is constantly being added to the game and the improvements to the game will OSRS GP never stop arriving. Sometimes, this may be an issue, especially following the monetisation scandal a couple of years ago. The addition of real-money transactions by buying treasure keys caused quite a stir, nothing that the industry of games hasn't seen before in FIFA points however.

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Added Jul 24



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