This past year, Old School RuneScape broke its own documents for RS Gold concurrent players, with over 157,000 players online at the same time. That's thanks mainly to its Leagues - short-term competitive events for which players need to create new characters to compete in specific challenges. It's impressive for a 2013 game (based on a 2007 game) to continue to be so popular, but it is partially as a consequence of its own conservative graphics. RuneScape was beloved by school children all over the world, because it was one of those few games you could sneakily operate on library computers. Currently Old School RuneScape will similarly run on just about anything, including rusty old tablets. RuneScape itself (New School RuneScape?) Started on Steam last year and has a modest audience. A classic classic, they say. Runescape developers are trying to secure an increasing number of people to play the game. It's one of the best youth games that's still being played with by approximately 5000 players every day. Here's an old trailer: Old School RuneScape Steam introduction will provide a custom-built Steam experience using a committed Old School Steam Community Hub, featuring weekly statements, guides, articles, artwork, and videos, along with membership packages and achievements. "What started as a vanilla machine for RuneScape has evolved into an eight-year success story and we are so excited that it's expanding into the Steam platform . 2021 is set to be a huge season for Old School RuneScape using a jam-packed release program, and all articles available with cross-platform play. We're convinced that both our neighborhood and new gamers alike will find their time in the match a thrilling one." Runescape also began producing leagues in OSRS Gold For Sale expectation that more players will come to play. At RuneFest 2019, Jagex declared a distinctive new high-speed game mode with similarities to Deadman Mode known as"Old School Runescape Leagues".