Breaking 1 million downloads on App Store, the game topped charts in Canada, United States, Australia, Netherlands and OSRS Gold also"key" Nordic nations while creating the top ten record in 15 counties entire. With such amounts, Old School Runescape's playerbase will grow to over 2 millions with more than 1 million players already playing the game because the readers just beta release.
The launching indicates the development team Jagex have hit the nail with the choice to create a complete port for the mobile platform with implemented cross platform support, which might continue the growth of the franchise over the upcoming years. Runescape has brought in almost a billion dollars since its launch 17 decades back.
According to Jagex CEO, Phil Mansell, the cell launch is a huge milestone for the group and has been something they planned for quite a very long time. "Earning our living games accessible to more players on more devices was a priority for us since we put out the next age of Jagex," Mansell said, adding that lots of old school gamers today probably have limited time to enjoy the sport so that they wanted to produce the grind potential on the move. "Over time, our players have grown up and some, who were PC players, have alternative format tastes that match their altered lifestyles," Mansell clarified.
Old School Runescape has been released as a totally free to play title but there is also a variant for readers that prices ￡8.65 a month and Cheap RuneScape Gold brings a few additional stuff like a bigger map, more quests, abilities and extra bank account slots.