‘Old School Runescape’ Launches Android Beta, Adds Solid Gold Well
Jagex revealed details of a beta test for Android users, as they look to do Old-fashioned runic landscape mobile.
From today until December 8, guest players will have the opportunity to try out the various features listed below:
– Buff bars
– Fishing point indicators
– HUD improvements (information on NPCs and fighting styles)
– Agility and killer aids
– Xeric Helper Chambers
– Timers for chopping wood and spawning ore
– Increased draw distance
– Navigation tile indicators
– Chat improvements
For more details, head here. For anyone who missed an invite to this beta, there’s the promise of a second at a “later date.”
TODAY = GAME UPDATE â
ð¦ This week’s update will begin at 11:30 GMT, in approximately 25 minutes.
â The Android mobile beta is live at 2 p.m. GMT! We’ve also made some improvements to the Ironman group and added a few wells of gold (literally).
– Old School RuneScape (@OldSchoolRS) November 24, 2021
The news comes with an update for Old-fashioned runic landscape with a focus on Iron Man. In addition to the bug fixes, the new update includes a group chat and loot broadcast with quest completion, combat achievements, and level milestones, which also gives an announcement in the new chat. . Another update is planned in the coming days that will focus on expanding group storage, emergency teleportation shards, and entering group member homes.
Jagex also listened to the comments played and added a solid gold well to the game.
âThe Golden Sink requires 47 constructions to be built. You will need 10 Condensed Gold, 5 Gold Leaf, and 5 Mahogany Planks to build it. Condensed gold, you say? It’s a new material available in the Keldagrim Stonemason store for the suitably extravagant price of 10 million GPâ¦ each.
They go on to say that the best part about The Golden Sink is that it actually works like a sink.
In terms of money, Jagex has also increased the banking space by Old-fashioned runic landscape, for F2P and P2P players. Additional bank space is purchased in sets of 40, with a total of 9 sets available, meaning there are 360 ââadditional spaces available. According to the development blog, “each set costs more than the last, and multiple sets can be purchased as one.” The initial expansion will cost you 1 million GP while the final block will cost 500 million GP.
More in Runescape, Jagex is bringing back one of the rarest items in the game for a limited time.
In a new event running through January 3, 2022, players will be able to get their hands on a new take on the classic ‘Partyhat’, an item that was initially only available during a Christmas event in 2001.