Old School Runescape Just Broke Its Concurrent Player Record  Kotaku AustraliaView Full coverage on Google News
Hi, yes, the 2013 version of Old School Runescape (which is actually from 2007), which you may not have played or even thought about for a decade, is now as popular as ever thanks to some recent changes made by the development team. It was announced yesterday that 157,445 people were...

Old School Runescape Just Broke Its Concurrent Player Record

Is it even nostalgia when you’re more relevant than ever? Old School Runescape, the redux version of the browser MMO, has broken its own records for player numbers, hitting up 157,445 PCs at once.Runescape developer Jagex has been running its latest league, which is a seasonal variant of the game where players start a new character on a time-limited server with specific rules and tasks. This time, they’re competing with Ironman accounts (no trading, no XP handouts) and locked to the region of Misthalin.The 2007 build of the MMO has, weirdly, never been more popular.

Old School Runescape had 157,445 concurrent players at the weekend, breaking its record | PC Gamer

It's a wonder the game's servers even managed to keep up with such a massive influx of players. Those who aren't familiar with Old School Runescape might...It's a wonder the game's servers even managed to keep up with such a massive influx of players. Those who aren't familiar with Old School Runescape might...

Old School Runescape had more than 170,000 concurrent players over the weekend, breaking its own record

'Old School RuneScape' Unexpectedly Breaks Its Concurrent Player Record: Thanks to a recent update.Thanks to a recent update.

'Old School RuneScape' Breaks Its Concurrent Player Record | HYPEBEAST

'Old School RuneScape' Unexpectedly Breaks Its Concurrent Player Record: Thanks to a recent update.Thanks to a recent update.

'Old School RuneScape' Breaks Its Concurrent Player Record | HYPEBEAST