MMORPG RuneScape Now Available on Steam

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One of the biggest active MMORPGs, RuneScape, has arrived on Steam this week. The Steam version includes achievements, badges, emoticons, trading cards, and exclusive in-game content.

Three optional membership tiers include exclusive content for Steam users, including a Forge Goblin Warhammer and Forge Goblin Pet.

RuneScape Starter Pack ($14.99)

  • 1 Month Membership
  • 15 Treasure Hunter Keys
  • Cosmetic: Forge Goblin Warhammer

RuneScape Standard Pack ($39.99)

  • 3 Month Membership
  • 50 Treasure Hunter Keys
  • Cosmetic: Forge Goblin Outfit
  • RuneScape Soundtrack: The Orchestral Collection

RuneScape Max Pack ($129.99)

  • 12 Month Membership
  • x2 Cosmetic Tokens
  • 50 extra Bank Spaces
  • Extra Daily Treasure Hunter Key
  • 75 Treasure Hunter Keys
  • Cosmetic: Forge Goblin Frog Pet & Forge Goblin Outfit & Forge Goblin Warhammer
  • RuneScape Soundtrack: The Orchestral Collection

Current players can link their existing RuneScape account to Steam, to continue playing their characters. Cross-platform progression is supported across Steam, the original PC client, and mobile editions, currently in Early Access/Beta on Android and iOS.

“I’m so excited that RuneScape is now available on Steam, bringing one of the world’s largest MMORPGs, to one of the world’s ultimate gaming destinations,” said Ryan Ward, RuneScape Executive Producer. “It has been an absolute pleasure to work in partnership with Steam and to create fun, unique content for Steam’s worldwide community. This is just the beginning of bringing RuneScape to a wider audience”.

In nearly 20 years since its original release, RuneScape has welcomed over 285 million player accounts, including its highest membership ever this year.

RuneScape is free to play with optional membership subscription, which includes more characters, skill, stories, and quests.

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