While some communities and gamers would be upset about losing a prominent company image, FatNWackyRS invited other Runescape players to RuneScape gold post their stories. One person, in particular, says they feel like they've had to win and lose in their time playing with both Runescape as well as Outriders. Some were thrilled by this news, and some even have never had a conversation with Osborne before, thanks to this enthusiastic endorsement from an individual in the Runescape community.
The exact details of what will transpire on his portion of Outriders fence remains to be determined. However, players know that a lot of exciting things are coming to the game. Outriders' Worldslayer expansion is expected to be revealed this spring and is set to be released in the year ahead and beyond. People Can Fly has a many other projects that are being developed, including a game that will be developed with Square Enix. What happens if Osborne will be involved with the latter, that is yet to be determined.
FatNWackyRS concludes his post with a simple, heartfelt note to Osborne in the event that he happens to read it: A thank you for all he has done for Runescape and warm wishes for his tenure with Square Enix. "We cherish you, will miss you, and hope you have the greatest of good luck in your exciting new ventures as a part of Square Enix," the Redditor wrote on behalf the RS community.
Thanks to my 2006 diary, I can reliably say I walked my first steps in Gielinor which is RuneScape's location on April 29th , 2006. Younger Lottie wrote about the fact that RuneScape 'seemed pretty good with its cool map, and went on to cheap OSRS gold go on a rant about the fact that she could not locate the last episode from Neon Genesis Evangelion on what I'm guessing was a legal website. I'm curious to know what she would have written if she knew RuneScape will become a major component for her game library.