The 5 Best Changes that Improved Runescape the Over the Years
I first started playing Runescape in 2001 and 9 years later after playing and quitting, then quitting and playing again Runescape has become a completely different game. The Grand Exchange
Adding the Grand Exchange to Runescape was one of the single most important new implementations to Runescape that has ever taken place in the history of the game. The Grand Exchange (GE) allows Runescape players to quickly sell objects to one another without joining online forums, bartering in banks, and staying stocked up with Runescape items that you’ll never be able to sell. Even if you started playing Runescape a few years ago, playing Runescape nowadays seems like a whole new game. Runescape is still no World of Warcraft in terms of graphics, but the graphic changes made to Runescape has helped to make a much better MMO than it was when it was first launched.
Random Event Changes
Random events were added to RS to stop cheaters, bots, and macro users, but more times than not; random events hurt legit gamers than cheaters. Over the years Jagex has gotten rid of the most annoying random events Trolls, Big Fish, Whirlpool, etc. changed how often random events occurred, and now allows users to receive the rewards they’d prefer after completing a random event.
Double XP Weekends
Double XP Weekends are controversial, but I can’t help but admit that I’m a big fan of them. During Runescape’s Double XP Weekends, Runescape players are rewarded up to 2.7 times the experience they’d normally receive from leveling skiils.
For more, read 5 Annoying Fishing Random Events that Were Discontinued in Runescape, The Absolute Best Way to Prepare for Runescape’s Double XP Weekends , and Everything You Need to Know About Runescape’s Double XP Weekends
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Published by Milton Brafado
I enjoy writing edgy and and sometimes warped articles (with a splash of humor). I from Chicago so I always inspired by the crazy things I see everyday. Enjoy. They try to give players not only entertainment but also education. Usually, these games require you to pay a monthly fee.