The PvP Experience Soul Wars is Ultimately in Old School RuneScape

Posted by Dingbest on March 19th, 2021

Old School RuneScape finally debuts the PvP game style called Soul Wars. In this mode, as many as 120 players fight it out to get as many kills as possible. Based on how many kills they've, players receive victory points which can be traded for any number of RS gold major in-game benefits. To add some excitement, Soul Wars is hosted by the personality Nomad. This warrior-mage is the same host of this minigame in the first game version, released over a decade past.

You are probably wondering why we said"finally." There's a game called RuneScape published in the beta stage back in 2001. The game engine has been rewritten with the next iteration known as RuneScape 3 released in 2013. Back in 2013 as well, a questionnaire was created and it was decided that the 2007 RuneScape variant could be developed into a brand new game and this became Old School RuneScape. What makes it different is that everything is community-based. Any update for example has to be voted"Yes" by at least 75 percent of the community in order to be implemented.

Today, Jazz Wars was first introduced into RuneScape back in 2009. The simple fact it is regarded as a classic slice of heritage content from the old sport has resulted in this manner being requested by the community. When it was initially nominated, over 50,000 players participated and 83% said they desired it to be part of Old School RuneScape. The addition of the manner to Old School RuneScape opens the chance of other legacy content to be contained in the game

The introduction of this mode is just in time for RuneScape's 20th anniversary. There is no wonder that for gamers, Soul Wars is one that features nostalgia whilst also having the ability to attract those who need PvP. So, what's likely to be the next content to be included? To that we say, keep your eyes peeled.Your first order of business as a brand new player is to register for an account on the official website. The game can be found on PC, Android and iOS and progression is shared across all platforms. The signup procedure is very simple -- just enter your email, password and date of arrival and you are off to the races.

As soon as you get into the game it is time to select the server. Since there are over a hundred OSRS servers to choose from, things can get somewhat complicated. Luckily, the servers are sorted by category and each category is represented by a colour. As a new participant, you might choose to pick a silver server since these are free-to-play and also give you a good idea of buy OSRS gold what the game is about. If you would like to take full benefit of what Old School RuneScape offers, however, you are going to have to become a paid member. This can set you back anywhere between .34 and .99 per month depending on the subscription program. Paid members get access to a few other types of servers, but as a new player, you'll want to go with the gold variant just to keep it secure.

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