The pirate-themed questline isalso, since you might expect, one of RS gold‘s greatest running stories having launched in 2005. The ultimate branch, named’Pieces of Hate’ has players plundering to get loot, fighting zombie raiders, tussling with sea creatures, and upgrading the Book o’Piracy–a rum-powered tool that lets players teleport across the world.
“It is really astonishing to have attained the conclusion of the pirates’ narrative after 13 years, so we’re thrilled that our players could experience the concluding events in Pieces of Hate,” says lead writer Dave Osborne at a statement. “The group has worked tirelessly to provide an exciting end to the narrative, particularly to those waiting since 2005, and we all can not wait to build on it within our narrative arcs to the next five decades.
“The recent launching of deep-sea fishing has enticed the greatest fishers from around Gielinor to experience the new action hub; it’s a great way to level up the skill and it is so rewarding to see our players agree”
A brand new offshore hub enables players with”at least level 68″ standard Fishing ability –that is, of course, one of PC gaming’s my beloved and sought after pastimes–capture everything from jellyfish to cheap OSRS gold good whites. More info on all of the aforementioned can be through the game’s Rsgoldfast site.
‘Runescape Classic’ will shut down after nearly two decades
1 year later revealing plans to vent both RuneScape and Old School Runescape to cellular and tablet, programmer Jagex has announced the first RuneScape’s PC servers will be going offline permanently. To be clear, that is Runescape Classic — the 2001 match — so Old School Runescape servers remain untouched.