Old School RuneScape, a popular MMORPG game by Jagex in the UK has released its newly developed mobile version into open beta. The game’s Android app is one of the first to be available on Google Play and will be expanding across additional platforms soon.
Old School RuneScape is a popular MMO that has been around for many years. It brought its Android version into open beta recently, but unfortunately old school runescape has stopped.
If you’re looking for some old school MMORPG gaming on your Android mobile device, you can’t go wrong with Old School RuneScape, and the mobile edition of OSRS has now gone into open beta, making it available to even more Android users.
To play this version of the MMORPG, you’ll need a phone with Android 8.0 or above and at least 2GB of RAM. Otherwise, downloading the open beta from the Play Store or just upgrading the app for those currently in the beta is all that is required to participate.
Buff bars, minimap zoom, an XP tracker, other HUD enhancements, assistance for Slayer, Woodcutter, and the Chambers of Xeric, and NPC highlighting are among the new features included in this release of the game. The announcement page will serve as a clearinghouse for frequently asked questions, known concerns, and a location for participants to provide feedback through surveys.
📱 The Open Beta of the new Android Client is now available!
📜 Thousands of gamers are testing out the new client features that are coming to mobile!
The newspost below contains information on how to join, quit, or provide feedback!
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— Old School RuneScape (@OldSchoolRS) February 28, 2022
The “osrs mobile stuck on connecting to server” is a problem that has been present for a while. Old School RuneScape has finally brought its Android version into open beta, and it’s free to play.
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