Old School RuneScape mobile reaches 5 million downloads

In a press release, Jagex said that the game in all of its incarnations hit its highest-ever paid membership and monthly active users. Thanks to the testing and launch of both mobile versions of the client, the paid subscriber count has crossed the one million mark. Additionally, Old School RuneScape Mobile has clocked over five million downloads since its launch last year. Altogether, the franchsise has made over a billion dollars since its debut 18 years ago.

Mobile edition of Old School RuneScape has been doing pretty great as well and it’s not like the latest milestone comes as much of a surprise. Namely, Jagex have already revealed that the game’s first two weeks on mobile saw the game exceeded one million downloads in eight different countries.

Old School RuneScape was released in October 2018 for Android and iOS devices. Phil Mansell, the CEO of Jagex, said: “2018 was a fantastic year for our RuneScape games, which have truly come of age. The franchise has been growing consistently for five years and we’ve seen a surge of further community growth with the move to mobile. If you want to know where to buy OSRS GP, z2u.com will be your best choice.

“Old School RuneScape’s successful mobile launch was made possible by our incredible team, who’ve been able to make this classic game play smoothly in a mobile form factor and which allows players to enjoy the convenience of completely interoperable PC to mobile cross-play.

Mansell is aware of that as well and he said, “We find that the more we listen to, engage with, and empower the community the more if fosters a true connection; with each other and with the games. The big increases we’re seeing in both membership and active users show that we’re not only able to bring new players into RuneScape but we’re able to offer the kind of rich, evergreen content that keeps them engaged for the long term.”