The release date of RuneScape Mobile was eagerly awaited for quite some time, and people wondered if it would ever come out … And, it is not surprising, because the old school MMORP has been around for about eighteen years and is still loved and appreciated by crowds throughout the world. According to online sources, Jagex Games Studio promised the release at the end of October, and they have kept their word that the game has just begun its early access to Android, with iOS coming soon friends!
Finally, currently only on Google Play, the early access of Rune Scape Mobile Android ended its closed beta and is now in the soft launch phase. The developers promised to keep the social multiplayer online appeal of the original game and bring all its glorious endless role-playing functions to handheld devices, so naturally they took their time. Don't mess with what's sacred, that's for sure.
RuneScape was originally launched in 2001, was developed and published by Jagex and was one of the pioneers of MMO, since it was initially built in Java browser game. That is why the game reached more than 200 million accounts registered in its infancy and has obtained a Guinness world record for that and also as the most updated free MMORPG.
The game takes place in the world of Gielinor, a place known to fans of the series. It takes place in a time of medieval fantasy, where different kingdoms and competing regions divide the unified land. The game was also one of the first to employ different travel methods for the characters, including: on foot, ships and magic spells. He practically introduced the search system as it was in the past, and has established many mechanics and features that the games of the genre still use today.
Old School RuneScape was released exactly one year ago, on October 30, 2019  and now RuneScape Mobile is nothing more than a client that will allow you to play RuneScape and Old School RuneScape on mobile devices. It works as a multiplatform function, which allows players to log in using their PC version accounts, maintaining their progress, characters and everything. In addition, the same microtransaction system comes as an option, while the game is naturally free. Access to Solomon's general store, treasure hunter's keys, bonuses and other things is here.
Currently, the development team is working on a "point by tab" system that is used by World of Warcraft, for example, and many other games, and improvements are promised along the way. With this revival of RuneScape Mobile and the return of WoW Classic, this year has shown that the old-school road is the way to go and that MMOs have to do with social aspect and tradition, rather than software progress and the hardware