Eurogamer has a very long article titled"Following RuneScape's contentious 2019, Jagex plots'direct and deliberate' changes for 2020." The first half of RuneScape gold piece mostly rehashes what Jagex has been up to for the majority of the decade, focusing on the microtransactions that have been added to RuneScape during that time along with their less-than-warm welcome from runescape players.

The article then delves into the controversy between a runescape participant who spent 50,000 GBP (approximately $62,000) on microtransactions at RuneScape. Jagex stated it had been"unable to entirely corroborate the particulars" of that account and that the figure was actually closer to 17,000 GBP/$22,000. Nevertheless, the company is listening to the government committee which made the original figure and is"at a strong position to answer many of the suggestions they may make."

Some changes have occurred, like the Yak Track, a kind of year pass that offers runescape players choices in how to advance. You can also partially preview your Treasure Hunter loot box, a procedure we've had mixed feelings about here. It's part of what Jagex calls its own efforts in"expanding our version, moving from a typical loot crate system."

There was a relative dearth of articles throughout 2019, with the Land out of Time update providing the only major addition of articles for the first 11 weeks of the year. The Ranch Out of Time added to that, and Jagex is seeking to buy OSRS gold add more quests in 2020, including more funds so it can"align each of their attempts from Episodic Content, Core Experience and Live Ops, so that they really feed to each other and they make sense to each other."

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