RuneScape moving to updates

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Posted September 9,2020 in Gaming.

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RuneScape moving to updates


The problem Best OSRS Gold site is getting them to play, would that be helped by being on matters like steam? Maybe, but it is not sure. I might be talking out of my bum, however, steam has games using their launchers. The RuneScape client has its own launcher, just without a fancy user interface. They would only have to have the wrapper on steam/epic, which would just need to get updated when there are major client updates in which you need to redownload it in the website (which does not happen frequently, right?). Not sure how they'd manage revenue sharing. All RuneScape purchases are done through a weblink and not in RuneScape game, but they might mplement a steam shop.

Yep plenty of steam games have their own launchers but from what I've seen updates are still handled by them via steam instead of through the launcher itself. Which means every week they'd be pushing updates via steam in addition to through Apple, android and the current desktop client.

Valve and ohh would like you to include steam wallet instead even in web link stores. And any in RuneScape game purchases need to be secured so that a player accessing through steam can pay via steam. Basically, they need their money, you can not blame them but it's full of negatives from jagex's view. You also have the upgrade procedure generally, I do not know what type of lead time steam want with upgrades being pushed and if this will work with how often RS is upgraded. Many mmos have their very own launcher, and steam upgrades only upgrade the launcher. FF14 comes to mind as a big example. Steam keeps the launcher up the launcher stains RuneScape, entirely outside of steam.

How can you know this? Certainly you shouldn't be so delusional to believe your armchair understanding is superior to Jagex, a firm with hundreds of employees who would have considered the prospect of launching on Steam + done a extensive cost-profit analysis.This is a business that's gaining record profits while having a dwindling player foundation (RS3). Being a company does not mean you're unexpectedly god when it comes to those decisions. Hell, they did not even contemplate OSRS that turned out to be a success, and until gamers began petitioning and whining about it.

I guess that they must not understood it was even though people had been begging because the release of EoC for it. Surethey don't necessarily know. However, as it stands, the arguments for launch RS3 on Steam provided are not and foolish even remotely legitimate. My point is not Jagex is all-knowing and can be relied on to make the right decisions that. It's without considering the picture that a great deal of players create radical suggestions.

RuneScape moving to updates

Obviously the majority of the comments will be"haven't they already done that" but lets really have a discussion. They're officially changing the anticipation from each Monday having something to it really only being once a month. Seems as though they are going for the close of the month as a release point for all their upgrades. They've done this previously, but its nice to know that updates are coming in the end of the month and they use the month to construct hype for that update, sort of like the way they announced Desperate buy RS gold Measures 20 days before its release.


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