Runescape And Old School Runescape Is Coming To Mobile

Jagex goes mobile as RuneScape comes to smartphone and tablets

You can now take Runescape on the go thanks to mobile phone cross-play

According to Jagex's new landing page for RuneScape on mobile, the interface of the game has been optimized for mobile devices. These are full-fledged mobile clients of the existing game, not a separate version. "We believe in taking our games to wherever our players want them; recent player surveys showed an overwhelming 90 percent of active players and 64 percent of former players telling us of their very high intent-to- play on mobile". Both versions of the game - RuneScape and Old School RuneScape - will get the mobile treatment, with both clients being cross-platform.

Old School RuneScape was founded after the passionate RuneScape community heavily criticized updates to the popular MMORPG, as developers Jagex overhauled the entire game away from its roots on July 22, 2013.

Extending RuneScape and Old School RuneScape's PC gameplay to mobile, interoperable play represents a massive advancement for RuneScape's legions of players.

Jagex goes mobile as RuneScape comes to smartphone and tablets
RuneScape and Old School RuneScape are Coming to Mobile

Ever since its launch on browsers, the game has witnessed multiple revision and upgrades so much so that it is entirely different from the first version.

RuneScape first launched to the public in January 2001, and has since gone on to amass over 200 million registered accounts. RuneScape players and streamers could now stream from whenever and wherever instead of just at their PCs, making the entire experience translate to mobile. That's right, the same great RuneScape but now on your smartphone or tablet. The Old School and modern clients could re-engage the existing audience that may use mobile devices more than PCs. The upcoming mobile versions of the game should only bring even more expansions and new content to the title in the future.

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