It has recently been confirmed that the long-running British MMORPG RuneScape will be released on the Steam store later this fall. It will remain free for non-members and will play with both mobile and fellow Steam users.
RuneScape turns nineteen this year and will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in January. Despite its age, it continues to thrive with its community and regular updates, making it a favorite game of many people around the world.
The RuneScape release on Steam will be available on October 14, 2020, and the Steam page is now available for public viewing on the Steam store. Those looking to download it after its release can add it to their wishlist while waiting for its release date.
The Steam release announcement was made by Mod Warden on the official Runescape news page. In addition to the announcement, Mod Warden wrote about the Runescape community and how many people forged deep friendships and relationships through the game that helped build the current RuneScape community.
Their words describe how people have been gathered to attend game events, hang out, discover new updates, and create experiences that will stay with people for the rest of their lives. Hopefully, with the release of Steam, this community will grow even more with even more stories set in the world of Gielinor.
Following the Steam announcement, Mod Warden continued to talk about making the game more accessible to more people and updating some aspects of RuneScape to keep up with changing times. Discussion continued on how these changes will help with the final full launch of the mobile version of RuneScape, which will be postponed to 2021 due to global events.
After writing the post, Mod Warden sent a thank you note to the community, asking players to give a warm welcome to all newcomers to the game when it becomes available on Steam after October 14.
The Steam version will likely work the same as the RuneScape version that players can download from the official website. While this announcement is exciting, no version of Old School RuneScape on Steam has yet been announced. It is unknown whether this will also hit the Steam store or whether it will remain exclusive on the official website and mobile devices.
This article is over here, let us look forward to the day RuneScape is released on Steam, and don’t forget, our website is selling RuneScape gold.