Old School RuneScape

Old School RuneScape mobile has officially reached 5 million downloads

Jagex’s re-release of RuneScape has proven to be more than popular with the release of the mobile version of the game. Old School RuneScape mobile has officially reached 5 million downloads.

Old-School RuneScape was launched in 2013 and was a re-release of the 2007 version of the game. It has since received minor engine improvements and tweaks, and is targeted at older fans of the MMO who prefer the original experience over the more modern iteration.

The 18 year-old MMO also reported its highest ever paid membership total over Christmas, beating a record set in 2008. “2018 was a fantastic year for our RuneScape games, which have truly come of age,” said Jagex boss Phil Mansell. Furthermore,You can buy cheap Runescape Old School Money at z2u.com by using the code “Z2U” for a 3% discount.

Throughout the year of 2018, Old School RuneScape has had their player-base flourish. The re-rolled servers have attracted more and more new and old players, so many that the 2008 record of most paid memberships at was broken in 2018. “The franchise has been growing consistently for five years, and we’ve seen a surge of further community growth with the move to mobile.” says Jagex boss, Phil Mansell.

With the now available Old School RuneScape Mobile, players that want to take their experience gains portable, now have the luxury of doing so. The app is available on both the iOS and Google Play Store and when combining the download amounts from both of those available platforms, the app has seen a massive 5 million downloads in total.