It's time for you to bury your dial-up modem because classic MMORPG RuneScape has finally died a death after 17 years. No revives. No spare lives. The classic sport, which launched in 2001, would be a favorite with the MSN Messenger generation in times of yore when broadband and smartphones were either pipedreams or ridiculously expensive.
RuneScape Classic has ceased to operate at 8 am BST on August 6, 2018, while developer Jagex stopped supporting the overall game years ago. Nevertheless, the action still has around 1,000 players plodding around its servers, these players are still Buy RS Gold as before to improve their gaming experience. While gamers on YouTube and Twitch still make regular videos concerning this.
Jagex explained in an official statement on the Internet: "However, this is not really entertainment and games. With the advancement of technology and further support for RuneScape and Old School RuneScape, our tools are not compatible with Classic. Especially our community safety Problems with macro detection tools. At present, it is easy to abuse the game with third-party macro tools, which is becoming an increasingly serious problem."
The creators continued to explain the various bugs which may have developed in the past are unsolvable, as they're not actively supporting the experience. That has also ended in lots of bots playing, in addition to issues with privacy, which aren't being policed.
RuneScape did set out to launch new games, including the 2014 Hearthstone-style card game. The company also launched RuneScape 2 and 3, and the mobile version of RuneScape and Old School RuneScape will be launched later this year.