Jagex, the creators of RS Gold has joined forces with tabletop-gaming company Steamforged Games to create both the board game and the tabletop play game (TTRPG) core book that is inspired by the lush fantasy realm of Gielinor.
Both games are set to delight RuneScape along with Old School RuneScape's player communities with modern and faithful interpretations of old-fashioned characters and quests that blend iconic elements of the games into exciting tactile experiences reimagined in tabletop-based gaming.To aid them in this, powerful relics of the past have been scattered throughout the world that players can collect from skilling, minigames, and overcoming powerful bosses. They provide powerful bonuses and odd alterations to the player who receives them, providing crucial bonuses which allow players to move an upper position in the pool of content available. For players willing to experiment the relics are able to be combined with other relics to create amazing skill sets.
Some communities or gamers might be unhappy about losing a brand name, FatNWackyRS invited other Runescape players to post their stories. One user, for example, declares that they've lost and won due to playing with both Runescape and Outriders. Other players were thrilled with the news, even those who have never had a conversation with Osborne before, thanks to this glowing review from a member of the Runescape community.
What exactly happens on the other portion of Outriders fence remains to be determined, but fans know a lot of good things are coming for the franchise. Outriders' Worldslayer expansion is set to be revealed sometime this spring . It's scheduled to launch this year as well as beyond. People Can Fly has a ton of other projects underway, including a new game in partnership with Square Enix. What happens if Osborne will be involved in that, though, remains to be determined.
FatNWackyRS end his post by leaving an easy, heartfelt message for Osborne when he is able to see it: A thank you for all he has contributed to Cheap RS Gold and warm best wishes for his tenure working at Square Enix. "We are so grateful for you, we will miss you, and would like to wish you the best of good fortunes in your exciting new adventures in the future with Square Enix," the Redditor wrote for the RS community.