How To Play Old School RuneScape

There are many games out there, but how do you know which one to pick? With the world of gaming constantly evolving and new releases coming every day it may be difficult for gamers like yourself who want to only play the best MMORPGs. For many online gamers, gaming has become an important part of their lives. And for some, they don’t want to live without it.

One great game you can try is OSRS. Old School RuneScape is still alive and kicking in 2021 thanks to its large player base and thriving industry with the trading of OSRS gold and items. This fantastic MMORPG video game was first released back in 2007 and was reintroduced by Jagex in 2013. So how do you play OSRS and get the most out of it?

The Tutorial Island

Tutorial Island is the first stop for new players as they begin their journey in RuneScape. This island provides a safe space with tutorials on how to bank, train skills, and use items that become an important part of your character’s life throughout all stages of gameplay. Names can be chosen at this point along with hair colors or hairstyles that will affect what else you choose later down the road.

The tutorial is a great way to learn the ropes of this game, but you should be warned that there are some things beginners might not want. You can’t trade any OSRS items with other players if you choose Ironman mode: it has its downsides and upsides like everything else in life!

Learn Combat Early

The combat in this game is simple and you’ll find yourself doing a lot more than just clicking on your enemies. Instead of having flashy skills, which can get boring after a while due to there being too many combinations for each class (like WoW), or spells with complicated combos like Final Fantasy XIV; all players need are basic attacks that deal damage depending upon their stats at certain levels within different skill trees.

Play It On Steam

RuneLite is one of the most advanced clients, but you won’t be able to get your hands on some Jagex official content with it. Fortunately for fans who want access to in-game features like improved animations and action tooltips that are coming soon-ish (and Prayer flicking assist), there’s still hope! The new Steam client will also have these same benefits.

For those who want to experience Old School RuneScape in its purest form, or are nostalgic for an older game engine and don’t mind playing through the official client may enjoy this option. Playing through it isn’t bad- some people think they have more control over their gaming experience.

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