Believe it or not, Jagex's Old School RuneScape Today marks the game's 5th anniversary and the programmer is celebrating with a new adventure that sees participants assist Da Vinci with a fresh painting commission. Completion of the new experience will reward players with the ultimate Old School decoration: the iconic sword emblazoned with the game's logo. At the same time, 4mmog.com provide coupon 'OSRS5Y' for you to buy osrs gold with cheap price, visit https://www.4mmog.com/runescape-gold, always provide you cheap osrs gold with fast delivery.
Launched in February 2013, Old School RuneScape began as a nostalgic vanilla RuneScape server for gamers eager to experience the MMORPG as it had been in 2007. Over the past five years, Old School has received heaps of exclusive updates not seen in the original RuneScape, Including new quests and landmasses, and brought millions of monthly gamers. Additionally, the seasonal Deadman tournaments have made it a leading competitive MMORPG, in addition to a most-watched game on Twitch.
Old School RuneScape's combative PVP has become a gigantic Hit Twitch with over 6,000 players streaming the game, and over 3 billion minutes of articles watched in 2017. Today, Old School is starting a dedicated Twitch channel, which will kick off a live fifth-anniversary show from 7 p.m. GMT. The Deadman 2018 Spring Final, which will see the top 2,000 players compete at an unrelenting fight for survival and a $20,000 cash prize, has been confirmed for Saturday, March 17th and will be live streamed on the new Twitch channel.
Old School RuneScape is coming to mobile with full cross-platform play.
Mathew Kemp, Senior Product Manager, Old School RuneScape, said about the anniversary:
--“2018 is a huge year for Old School, and not only because of these anniversary celebrations and the launch of the game’s own dedicated Twitch channel. We are currently in the middle of a pipeline of closed beta tests forOld School RuneScape on mobile, and already are getting some excellent feedback from those lucky enough to receive an invitation. In fact, the feedback so far has more than validated our decision to make the full game available on mobile platforms for new, returning and current players later in the year.”
Jagex is prepared to throw a party in celebration of Old School Runescape and its fifth anniversary. Players will find a brand new experience that will see players assisting Da Vinci as he works on a new painting. Successful completion of this event will see players score "the iconic sword emblazoned in the game's logo".
Launched in February 2013, what began as a nostalgic vanilla RuneScape host for gamers eager to experience the MMORPG as it had been in 2007, has now become an internet success story in its own right. Over the last five decades, Old School has received heaps of exclusive updates not found in RuneScape, including new quests and landmasses, and attracted millions of monthly players. Its competitive nature has brought to life the seasonal Deadman tournaments that have propelled it to be the #1 competitive MMORPG, as well as a most-watched game on Twitch.
As part of the anniversary fete, a committed Old School Twitch station has been launched to showcase the activity. To kick things off, Jagex will be hosting a $20,000 championship called the Deadman 2018 Spring Final on Saturday, March 17th.
More information can be found on the Old School Runescape site.