I do not neccesarily think that PVM’s problems are the primary thing killing the runescape game, but as someone who’s unlocked IFB and has more than experienced each the runescape game’s PVM, I agree with your sentiment that PVM is too complex and buy OSRS gold intense. Only a small number of this community even WANT it to be intense and so complicated. Ordinarily that percentage is so small that, in the devs own words, they would not be in a position to justify developing around it.but there’s that 8-month dev time that was comitted into Solak. As you state, the reason the runescape game’s been pushed in this direction is as it.
If you ask me, that is what’s killing the runescape game: that the devs just rather doing THEIR thing. “You guys want a shallow, cosmetic weather system? Ok cool, we’re gonna make it really lively and complicated and mechanically deep.oh you guys do not need a weather program now? Okay. We have shown you guys concept artwork that practicaly PROMISES that River of Blood will feature a big, all-out war.but that is not actually what we would like to write, so.uhm.well we are still going to use that concept art as the log-in screen when the quest’s released. Oh you men found a trick to make this boss experience easier? Most of you like the way the boss and functions combat this way?
Finally, we want the same thing as the OSRS runescape playerbase: to the devs to make the updates we need. Their devs are rather willing if not passionate to supply that, ours are more inspired by their own creative endeavours. Is that incorrect? No. Nonetheless, it is not their job. We can completely be receptive to new theories and entirely brand new, unique articles, but I think only when we’re happy that we’re getting a fair ammount of what we desire. “We want to learn exactly what you would like.” We can’t be clearer in these cases.
Saying that? Look at OSRS. They get everything they need and they turned down a brand new skill. The minority of no-voters had fictitious reasons for saying no to this skill, but the majority just didn’t wish to eliminate progress on maximum’ing or just did not want to have the experience of losing bank by spending money on a new expensive ability. I think that sort of mentality is very prominent in our community too, a mentality of bes place to buy old school rs gold never being interested in Runescape’s sport design, just wanting the treadmil encounter.