Old School Runescape will be fully cross-platform in October


Old school rivers and lakes is a sandbox MMO based around rivers and lakes around 2007, that is to say, holding hands is the smallest point that does not exist: you go through a five-minute tutorial to teach you the absolute minimum, then you throw it into Lumbridge's hometown casually by Austin Put it on his review. Despite this (or because of this), it is quite good, and will soon be playable on Android and iOS mobile devices.

All of this is related to us because the mobile version will support fully cross-platform games with the PC, so you can continue to play, even if you are outside or nearby, you can continue to play, Jagex said. It is worth mentioning that RSGOLDB2C.com will also continue to pay attention to the changes in the Runescape version, providing players with cheaper and better quality OSRS Gold and will continue to optimize itself to provide better services for players.

The mobile version has passed closed testing and will be fully released on both platforms on October 30. Its soft distribution in Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden has been released for some time. If you have installed a beta version, the good news is that you can continue to play without interruption; if you do not do this, then you will have to wait because moving the app to the reservation stage requires it to be deleted from the Google Play Store.

You can book or pre-register here (I don’t know the difference) Runescape for old Android devices, or iOS. Jagex said that in some countries, the pre-release version of the game is not available, mainly because we are worried that players in these regions lack the experience of the local world. You need iOS 10 or later, or Lollipop 5.0 or later to run.

No matter which device the player likes to play, you can use the same account to sync to different systems to continue playing the game. You can also Buy OSRS Gold on our online store RSGOLDB2C.com to help yourself upgrade the game level faster Reach your favorite part as soon as possible.
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