RuneScape Introduces ARPG Content In Shattered Worlds Update

RuneScape Introduces ARPG Content In Shattered Worlds Update

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RuneScape Introduces ARPG Content In Shattered Worlds Update

MMO veteran RuneScape is spicing things up for players. The game is introducing some brand new content for players in the latest updated, Shattered Worlds.

Players will now be able to take part in ARPG style mini games, by entering portals into procedurally generated maps. You’ll have to smash your way through waves of enemies, the ever increasing difficulty and survive for as long as you can. RuneScape players can start the new adventure by speaking to the Abyssal Knight Commander in Lumbridge Swamp. You’ll need to have an active RuneScape Membership to participate, and preferably be at level 40 with one combat skill too.

The benefits are good though, as the developers know it’s all about the loot. You will be rewarded with currency and a chance for a rare pet. There will always be a chest at the end of your run. Expect to see high scores, new sigils and more goodies to barter your reward points for at a quartermaster too.

It appears that the game is taking a page out of Diablo III’s book. Remember the long hours of Nephalem Rift runs? It’s cool to see MMOs shake it up and make their own interpretation of this in their games. It’s a fresh approach that should make players happy when it comes to quick and rewarding content. For more on Shattered Worlds, visit this link here.

 

 

 

 

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