looking forward to the new storylines and sell rs accounts the new interface system though will be sticking with the client as I just prefer it over the browser no offense.
In my case, it's four, but I'll be taking Crow's advice and making it out to be a belated gift.
Well, I'm hugely excited for this. I've beta'd the HTML5, and I had no idea graphics could even be that detailed! Divination, the Battle for Lumbridge, and the Sixth Age look much better than even that (which is saying a lot), but sadly, it looks like details on those are really closely guarded secrets. Ah well. I'll be busy catching up on quests and buy rs accountsstaring at the countdown timer for the next ~19 days.
Jagex, you are rushing out an update that isn't ready. RS3 is still really buggy, loads incredibly slow, and crashes very often. I'm not trying to sound pessimistic -- I'm just looking at the reality of the game as it exists right now.
I have an Nvidia GeForce 660 GTX video card, which gets 45-60 FPS on games like Skyrim, Borderlands 2, and Far Cry 3. I don't break 20 with RS settings on high using features like antialiasing. Are you telling me that the graphics and mechanics of RS3 are somehow more complicated than those games?
You rushed EoC out before it was ready, although I'm not here to complain about that since I really do like EoC, but since the release there have been at least two MAJOR reworks of the combat system. That isn't supposed to happen in a 'live' game. That's what betas are intended for rs
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I urge you not to make the same mistake with HTML5 RS. There are still many issues to deal with before going live. Limiting gameplay to one browser that many have concerns about privacy (Chrome) is shooting yourself in the foot. Releasing a version that still unstable and frequently crashes will cause people to never do anything risky on the game.
Please stop thinking so short-term.