People complain that it disturbs game updates but I don't think that's the case
Posted August 8,2020 in Other.
As Domination and Castle Wars have been illustrations, I am not here to discuss much of RuneScapeplay itself. Of course, we're taking a look at RS gold team games (8 v 8?) In which two teams compete to kill each complete and other goals. That is right, respawn in a couple of seconds at your team's foundation, and no penalty at all for perishing. In addition, I do believe matches should have a maximum of 15 minutes approximately. More than that and it becomes repetitive and dull for the side. I've been there. A lot.
Yes. I believe all gamers must have all battle abilities boosted in the onset of a match to 99. All players must receive access to custom PvP-only potions and food at the base zone of their team. But greatest of all: all players need to select and choose their PvP-only gear. Yesthat means gamers get to choose which pieces of PvP-only t92 weaponry and armour they'd like using. Upon entering a match, players are given a choice of a few of those presets: Magic 2h, Magic DW, Magic WD, Melee 2h, Melee DW, Melee WD, Ranged 2h, Ranged DW or Ranged WD (WD: Weapon + Defensive thing ). Another tab in this gear-choice interface would have each of the items that are individual, say, if you'd like a shield swap for example. Those presets would be customisable.
In the end - ideally all that means everyone is on the exact same floor gear-wise and maximal involvement is earned via PvP skill and teamwork. First, I'm no expert that is balancing, so do excuse me if something gamebraking squeezes this past. Rare rewards are the t92 weapons and armour, for use beyond the PvP arenas. The caveat being they come pre-augmented, with arbitrary perks - and their gizmos can't be swapped. They are player-to-player that is tradable, meaning some may potentially cost billions.Some points on the Condition of runescape and what needs to change
As a casual-committed player of RS3, I relate and concur to all what was said here. That being said, I think the RS3 community is healthy. IMO there's a massive percentage of this community that is too hypercritical - yes many of the"problems" you stated in this movie are real but the majority of the time, the outrage particularly on reddit have blown things way out of its proportions. Take micro-transactions for example. For some reason people seem to be vocal about that but in case you compare to MMOs released today or any other games that relies on a consistent revenue, RS3's micro-transactions is most likely one of the least harmful.
People complain that it disturbs game updates but I don't think that's the case. Literally bulk of those events in RuneScape are reused content from yesteryear, themed differently. At most they simply introduce a new visual ports or NPCs temporarily in RuneScape. I hardly doubt it greatly"hinders" development of the main RuneScape game such as what 99 percent of those critics say about it all of the time and it simply builds this bad rep on RuneScape to new players for this. You said yourself that it is business critical for the presence of buy OSRS gold micro-transactions in RuneScape so what is the problem.