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OSRS Update: Bounty Hunter Worlds Removal And PVP Overhaul

Posted By best Ding     Apr 8    


Devs understand when particular game material is being manipulated by RuneScape gold gamers. This rings true with Jagex in regards to RuneScape and OSRS. To cure that, they tweaked a few things, and also the content that was exploited by players to get OSRS gold eventually becomes balanced. The same principle, however, does not apply to Bounty Hunter worlds. For the time being, and not forever, they will be shut.

Bounty Hunter is a mini-game that may be found in the Wilderness levels. By engaging in it, you'll see an interface that will show you that of your fellow participants need to kill your goal. When you do so, you get bonus points if you're holding a mysterious logo. This product, which is sold by the Emblem Trader, profits EXP every time you kill a player that also includes a mysterious logo.

However, some folks managed to find a way to produce lots of OSRS gold out of it. Jagex asserts these players"mistreat its mechanics to create GP in excess of these numbers available via legitimate methods." For some reason, Jagex thought that it is a potentially game-breaking problem, stating that this specific form of articles"undermines other sport content and the general integrity of the sport", and their answer is to do away with it. Thus, worlds 318 and 319 have been closed off. Luckily, this is only temporary, since Jagex has said that it will be back after a couple of months. The development begins in February, so it is not likely to be anytime soon, but better later than never! Thus, for people who earn Old School RuneScape gold through Bounty Hunter, they'll have to find a different way until it makes its much-awaited return. And even then, it is not likely to be the same Bounty Hunter mini-game such as before, so this might not be the same gold mine it was.

As for the ones that want or want the exclusive protection items from Bounty Hunter and PVP, Jagex will be supplying other methods to get them. Even though this is definitely a good thing for those that believe these things are must-haves, this could also be utilized to make money by those who have been exploiting the Bounty Hunter mini-game at the first place. Hopefully, that would no longer be true and Jagex would be able to think of something to make certain it will not get exploited the second time around. Amid the removal of the somewhat popular mini-game is a far bigger game aspect that Jagex has been planning an overhaul for quite some time now: the entire PVP mechanics. In fact, besides players having the ability to make potentially game-changing sums of cash, this is why OSRS Bounty Hunter is creating a short leave from the sport.

According to Jagex,"our goal is to ascertain a long-term eyesight for PvP games. Rather than move from 1 release to another, we want a very clear direction for the next few years which will inform how we look content moving ahead." From that statement, we can infer that instead of constant but directionless changes to the PVP entire world, they are going to have one huge plan that spans for months. Hopefully, what they are attempting to hatch would be useful in the long run, as PVP is a huge part of the game upgrades. Heck, some players remain in Old School RuneScape simply for Best OSRS Gold site this! Back in OSRS, something as seemingly small as eliminating a mini-game could make such a massive change, especially for people that have been earning money -- both in-game and in real life -- this off particular method. But more important than this is that the revamp of the whole body of material, which will hopefully improve it.