What people dont seem to state is RuneScape is mobile now.. Gone are the days you need to sit at your monitor all day afk woodcutting, just do it on your telephone while you get on with life it is simple. Each of the”osrs is a mill’ comments don’t seem to take this into consideration and portray it as a super grindy no-life game! And 90 stats don’t take as long as RuneScape gold people appear to think, 99 sure but I do not see any difficulties with that, it is max level after all.Been on iPhone for many years so I was only able to play with OSRS mobile (99% of my play time is really on mobile). Got tired of waiting for RS3 cellphone so that I switched into an S20+ and the following week they announce that RS3 cellphone closed beta will be launching soon.. Sad day.
That’s all true, but if someone is saying they wish to casually play that still typically means they don’t want to / or cannot spend all day grinding if it’s on mobile. Trust me I understand the greatness of having cellphone. RS3 phone has been incredible for somebody like me that does not have the time or means to always be at desktop or a laptop. Yea OSRS might not be as dumb as people say but RS3 remains waaay faster and better for a casual player or just a participant who has too many real life responsibilities that doesn’t allow them to play with a lot. It makes a major difference on the rate of this grind when you have limited amount of game time, otherwise.
I’m maxed in RS3 and creeping up on 1900 complete with pursuit point cape at OSRS. I still prefer OSRS on almost all aspects, which is why it’s my primary game of both. Some argue that bossing is better in cheap RS gold, but to me personally I’d rather play WoW classic again if I wanted ability established bossing, RS3 is really clunky with the tick system. OSRS has the same tick system, yes, but at least it is unique though it’s not as interactive as RS3’s system. Nevertheless, you mentioned for play. So discussing endgame bosses may not be applicable. Since you’re a participant, OSRS is eloquent and easy to pick up on. RS3 still disturbs me, since I have taken many fractures through time, and the gaps in understanding of what’s been released is showing.
But then again, RS3 allows you both to progress faster on the low end but also on skilling’s top end. OSRS is such and more of a grind using xp rates that are lower. On the note of if you will find such or any YT series, well content creation is dead to be honest. If you prefer the content creation aspects (flows, youtube collection, jagex hosted occasions like DMM) afterward OSRS is where to be. OSRS is my go to, although I really don’t believe either is a terrible choice. (Except for now that we’ve got a new ability to mill out at RS3).