Gameplay would likely also be wholly different, with buy OSRS Gold everything being entirely in 3D (the present RS3 and OSRS clients leaves everything from 3D but the server still handles everything as though it's in 2D) and it will be essentially realtime rather than having everything secured to 0.6s ticks. So it basically is a wholly brand new MMO, but they are using RuneScape more as a franchise than to refer to a certain game (or two matches, I figure ). It's probably just known as"RuneScape Remastered" for marketing purposes. There are a slew of people who played with RuneScape at a certain point in their lives, but are not actively after the news around Jagex. If they launch a game called"RuneScape Remastered" that they will probably get a lot more traction online than if they would release an entirely distinct MMO with a completely different title.
The next MMO tried - Runescape is life
I have to agree despite the downvotes. I got hauled into Final Fantasy XIV with my friends and I really feel trapped because the home market so is bank space and is really bad. I am paying extra for retainers since I can't hold my items for crafting together with the 2 they supply. And I need to keep my sub-par or I lose my house and it is unbelievably difficult to get one to begin with. There is limit spaced so people have to fight over them. I was lucky to be in the right place at the right time. What's there for me to do? Nothing of value in any way.
All that is left for me to do is level other combat classes, grind eden raids every week for equipment that is only good to earn eden raids simpler, or perform Ultimate raids, which merely exist to allow you to endure and receive a name for bragging rights (It takes some group WEEKS of attempt to conquer ultimate experiences ).While grinding for gear sounds great, I am not permitted to sell gear obtained from raids and dungeons. For me to benefit from doing experiences I have already 18, so there is literally nothing of value. Money in general is barely worthwhile considering there is only 3 sensible applications for this: Being too lazy to craft, wanting to overmeld your gear (think augments in RS, but it just raises raw stats), or home.
Melding is frustrating also because it pricey as hell to get the Materiea but you can outright neglect the meld and ruin it. So that I really don't feel like it is worth me trying to experiment with different stat loadouts because I can do just fine WITHOUT overmelding contents the chance of failure is super high too. RuneScape's economy and awareness of development is simply so far better in every single way. It saddens me that it still has that notoriety of being"babies MMO" since I could never get people to actually give it a good shot and see non-linearity is this a good way to handle the MMO formulation. When you're forced to advance in a straight line you strike walls easier and it gets boring.
There is a good deal of thing RS does better than other MMOs. The majority of them are currently leaning to draw in a casual crowd, which is boring, although good for money. RS is also the only MMO I know of that has equipment that is truly unique. You don't throw away equipment all the time such as"oh, this ring contains +2 over this old ring" You have situations like"This one reduces my adrenaline usage" or"This leaves my drops more valuable." You have special attacks, place bonuses, items which produce your skills stronger, etc.. I have yet to play another MMO using a gear system as enjoyable to cheap Runescape gold play with as RuneScape. It seems like a RPG experience in that way. Ironman makes it fun.