A quick Google search on either results in hundreds of websites several of which include one of the terms listed in their URL, which offer the currency of RuneScape to exchange real money. This followed the news on October 13 that Jagex is putting an end to "real-world trading". On its blog "The RuneScape Team" clarified that "gold that is purchased via RWT real world trading is a major issue in any online game that uses a trading currency."

Jagex promises to begin sending "messages to those that we've identified who are involved in RWT" within "the next few hours". "For anyone who was involved, we'd like to make clear that this is the one and only warning," Jagex added.

It was also announced about the game's PvP option, Duel Arena, would see sweeping changes that included the tighter enforcement of game's code-of-conduct, in order to encourage more positive gameplay. Jagex says the feature "has been a trigger for this toxic behaviour".

In the meantime, what the publisher calls "short-term measures" will be put into place "until our development teams are able complete a major overhaul that fully replaces the Duel Arena in the coming year."

Does RuneScape worth playing in 2022?

RuneScape hasn't lasted over 20 years due to it being an average experience that isn't something that anyone will commit to in the long term. As an MMORPG is a part of a genre which appears to be in danger of disappearing in spite of the popularity of a select few games.

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Sagelucy 20 september 2022, 3:19