Over the past year, they’ve been working on a full graphical upgrade of Runescape. In the one example they gave us, the most noticeable feature (at least to me) was that the floor tiles actually blend into each other. Okay, sure, that doesn’t sound like much, but Jagex didn’t give us much of an example. You must be able to trade, when you want to buy runescape gold.
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