There’s an oft quoted joke among World of Warcraft players, it goes something like …
Although the classic version of Runescape has always been available to the subscribers, Jagex decided to make it available for everyone, for free.
As of today, Jagex will be accepting Cryptocurrency payments for their games. Jagex has partnered with BitPay and Adyen to accept bitcoins.
During last weekend’s Runefest, Jagex announced their upcoming collectible card game, Chronicle: Runescape Legends. The game draws its inspiration from the immensely popular runescape universe.
Mark Gerhard, the CEO of Jagex has announced that he will be leaving the company at the end of the year. In his resignation letter he looked back on the time he spent in Jagex and mentioned many of his proudest moments.
Jagex recently announced the first ever expansion for their immensely popular browser MMORPG, RuneScape. The Lost City of the Elves expansion will be released in 3 parts, with the first released today, the second scheduled for September and the third for October.