Written by Nate Lakritz on September 5th, 2018.
Being able to play RuneScape on mobile devices has always made a lot of sense. The proven MMORPG’s mobile port has been years in the making and will allow players of the game’s “Old School” mode to grind on the go. Old School RuneScape was added to the core game in early 2013, after longtime fans fought passionately for the return of classic RS.
The social and time-consuming aspects of the game will be comfortably at home when made portable and easily accessible. As a previous Old School RuneScape player, I always found it a hassle to boot up the low-spec game on PC. Not being able to play on demand made it somewhat inconvenient to grind my fishing skill and hang out in Lumbridge with friends. Soon, players will have the luxury of carrying RuneScape in their pockets — something that I had always dreamed of.
The iOS and Android versions of the game will fully release on October 30th, following a successful members-only beta that is still active. RuneScape membership is completely optional but unlocks many fan favorite skills and locations in the game. You can pre-register for the mobile release here.
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Nate has been playing video games for as long as he can remember. He started Launch Party Gaming as a way to contribute to the gaming industry through writing. He loves reviewing games and sharing his experiences with everyone.
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