While some gamers or communities are upset at losing a recognizable company face, FatNWackyRS invited other Runescape players to RuneScape gold discuss their experiences. One person, in particular, says they feel like they've lost and won when playing the game of Runescape along with Outriders. Other players were delighted by this news, and some even have never had a conversation with Osborne before, thanks to the glowing praise from a member of the Runescape community.
What exactly will happen on his part of the Outriders fence is yet to be determined. However, players know that a lot of positive things are coming in the coming years to this game. Outriders' Worldslayer expansion is scheduled to be announced this spring and is set to release for this year and beyond. People Can Fly has a lot of other projects currently under development, including another game that will be developed with Square Enix. What happens if Osborne is involved in the latter, that remains to be seen.
FatNWackyRS concludes his post with an unassuming, heartwarming note to Osborne when he is able to come across it A big thank you to Osborne for everything you've been able to do for Runescape and warm best wishes for his time with Square Enix. "We are so grateful for you, we will be sad to see you go, and wish you the most enormous of luck in all the exciting ventures with Square Enix," the Redditor wrote in behalf of the RS community.
With the help of my 2006 diary, I can reliably say I took my first steps in Gielinor - RuneScape's setting - on April 29th that year. The younger Lottie wrote about how RuneScape 'seemed pretty good with its amazing map but then she went to rant about how she could not find the final installment of Neon Genesis Evangelion on what I assume was a perfectly legal website. I wonder what she would have written had she known RuneScape would become a mainstay within her library of cheap RS gold games.