RuneScape coming to mobile with PC cross-play

RuneScape coming to mobile with PC cross-play

RuneScape, a fairly popular MMORPG that hit the market in 2001 is still around and according to its developers, there are plans to expand its market reach.

RuneScape is one of the biggest free MMORPG with over 200 million player accounts for the game and also holds the record of being the biggest free MMORPG. Currently the game is available on all three major PC platforms, Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.

Jagex, the developers behind RuneScape have now announced that the game will launch on mobile devices while also offering cross-play between PC and mobile platforms. With this update, players will be able to play the game on PC and pick it up later on mobile device seamlessly.

If you are not well-aware of the game, there are now two different versions of RuneScape. RuneScape is the latest iteration of the game that has continuously updated since 2001 while Old-School RuneScape is the 2007 version of the game, released in 2013 as a separate iteration. The mobile device update and cross-play support will arrive first to Old-School RuneScape this winter with update coming to RuneScape later.   

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