Jagex's beloved MMO Old School Runescape has been the most downloaded program in RS Gold several nations in the first 24h of the release. With these amounts, Old School Runescape's playerbase will grow to over 2 millions with more than 1 million players playing the sport since the subscribers just beta release. These are also the greatest average daily user amounts since the PC launch in February 2013. The launching shows the development team Jagex have hit the nail with the decision to create a complete port for the mobile platform with employed cross-platform aid, which could continue the development of the franchise over the upcoming years. Runescape has already brought in nearly a billion dollars since its release 17 decades back. Based on Jagex CEO, Phil Mansell, the mobile release is a huge milestone for the team and was something they intended for quite a very long moment. "Making our living games accessible to more players on more apparatus was a priority for us as we set out the next era of Jagex," Mansell said, adding that many of old school players now likely have enough time to enjoy the sport so they desired to produce the grind possible on the move. "Over time, our players have grown up and some, who have been PC players, have alternative format preferences that fit their changed lifestyles," Mansell clarified. Old School Runescape continues to Buy RuneScape Gold be released as a totally free to play title but there is also a version for subscribers that prices ￡8.65 a month and brings some additional stuff like a bigger map, more quests, skills and extra charge account slots.