Mod Osborne brought his thought of the spirit of February for the fans, opening the doors for players to supply suggestions and ideas for content they would like to see, as well as telling his co-workers to do personal projects and passions for that course of the thirty days. In his words; “It is a whole month specialized in stuff that doesn’t traditionally receive a chance to rise to the top of the release schedule. ” He also disclosed the production of any quest, co-designed by Mod Sue and Mod Nexus, both content developers who have never before had the ability to release a search.
Furthermore, February will see a big change to two skilling methods through Invention, with two new augmentable instruments. The affected skills cant be found disclosed, but Mod Osborne stated that they can would enable the acquisition of Runescape Gold Clue Scrolls coming from non-combat training, as well as the option to disassemble Invention ingredients for the reason that base material is harvested. February will be finished off with a Game Jam celebration on the 17th – 20th, during which, players will receive two times as much experience from nearly all activities.
March offers a redesign in the Clue Scroll system, releasing a new tier of Clue Scroll and also updated rewards. Details were vague, as they were to the promised bank rework, which will attempt to remove the clunky interface via item storage, while still keeping your hands on the nostalgic elements players desire. Mod Ollie did uncover, however, that the improved efficiency would include more ways to sort the player’s items, as well as the ability to weed out unneeded people more readily.