Areas that used to be empty are now brimming with NPCs, quests and tales. Each inch of the world has been full of, or sometimes expanded, so as to RS gold all of the characters, enemies and attributes that Jagex are busy stuffing into the match for the past decade. The fact that Runescape is an online game is now a bonus rather than its primary attraction. Jagex may take their game entirely offline and it might still be worth playingwith.
But that’s the biggest gap between Runescape and its running Old School Runescape counterpart. Both share about the same amount of concurrent players, but how players interact in every one is quite different.
Old School Runescape might only have about 25,000 players at any given moment – hardly a scratch on the amounts it used to reach in 2006 – but its players’ve known the game for years. They’ve decade-old friendships there, they know the best way to hang out, how to interact and almost every talking point the match and its particular history has produced.
Conversely, many of the inhabitants of cheap OSRS gold, myself included, are returning players total newcomers. They wander past each other without commenting, don’t all converge in the very same spots for no motive or attend pretend parties in vacant attics… they simply get on with playing the match.