In 2001, RuneScape came out, it is a MMORPG, mainly known for tasks and deep skill system. Now RuneScape has ushered in the 19th birthday of the developer, but the popularity of the game has not faded, and developer Jagex has been working hard to maintain the OSRS Gold for Sale strong development of RuneScape. Jagex also retains the Old School Runescape and RuneScape 3 servers, and regularly updates the content. Just in a recent update, Jagex added RuneScape 3’s first new skill in four years: archaeology. This update will definitely bring a profound experience to players. Players can purchase OSRS Gold in advance at the GOLDRS store to prepare for unexpected needs. The GOLDRS store is a third-party game Gold transaction dedicated to providing customers with high-quality products and excellent services. Platform, you can buy safe and reliable OSRS Gold in this store.

The amount of players that RuneScape 3 has is far fewer than its counterpart, Old School RuneScape. Jagex has tried to revitalize the modern version of their game before, like through the launch of RuneScape mobile—though, RuneScape 3 still couldn't compete with Old School RuneScape and its own mobile version. This new skill may be another way for RuneScape 3 to compete.

Piggybacking off of RuneScape 3's Land out of Time update, which added dinosaurs, the archaeology update returns to a focus on the past. Players will be able to explore five different dig sites, where they will excavate and restore relics in exchange for new powers and other rewards. Only time will tell if this new skill will be able to measure up to the content Old School RuneScape is getting, such as its new 80 player raid.

The number of players is gradually decreasing, and developers have made many countermeasures. Now RuneScape 3 fans are very happy to see the new game content that the game development team strives to develop. Take the new skill updated this time, namely archaeology, which has attracted a large number of RuneScape players. Of course, anything new will not be perfect, even if it is unreasonable, it is inevitable. When compared to Old School RuneScape, RuneScape 3’s many microtransactions may make the game less attractive.