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by on August 6, 2022

Many of us who played the game daily in the late 2000s would struggle to master the first ever release, now known as RuneScape Classic. Players were able to OSRS Gold attack anyone and even against each other. The graphics were truly amazing. It could only hold 1,200 players without crashing.

Gaming isn't permitted to fail now. Titanfall 2 isn't getting the resources it needs to fix its online gameplay on the PC. Anthem was scrapped in the middle of the development process of the major overhaul. Fable Legends was pulled before it was able to fully launch. No, now you either have to be Fortnite or perish trying.

A developer's passion may be insignificant to a publisher as well. Dragon Age 4 has been removed twice due to higher-up interference constantly dictating the game's direction. Metal Gear players, who very obviously want single-player games, have received the multiplayer game Metal Gear Survive in 2018. It's not even to be discussing all the companies Activision Blizzard wastes on constant Call of Duty development.

Thank God Jagex began its existence at a time when it was still an independent company. As the player base began to fall off in the mid 2000s and the game's publisher was likely to have pulled the plug on Jagex. In fact, Raven Software started laying people off during the time Warzone earned billions, which means even the game's success could spell doom for the human beings who developed the game.

The success stories we encounter are often seen as rare exceptions. The stars had to align for Among Us to OSRS Gold For Sale find its players long after its launch the game, and perhaps the best prior to that - with the support of a huge publisher - was Undertale that was released in 2017.

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