Steamforged Games' collaboration and Jagex is the latest in a long string of collaborations that bring some of the most popular gaming franchises into a tabletop setting OSRS Gold. The tabletop gaming company has previously developed board games based off of series like Monster Hunter World and Dark Souls and recently finished an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign for a Resident Evil 2 board game in which they raised more than one million pounds in the first quarter of this year.
The developer is aiming at the world of Gielinor as well as RuneScape and plans to launch the board game and the core book for the tabletop RPG in the coming year. The two RPG adaptations will have many of the most well-known characters from RuneScape and locations, allowing a group of five or more players to take on classic quests that are part of RuneScape in addition to bringing the adventure in Gielinor to life. Gielinor home.
Players will be able to design and upgrade equipment, engage with NPCs, and take on a variety of side quests in the style of that classic MMORPG. The board game will debut by means of a Kickstarter campaign later this year. Meanwhile, the main tabletop RPG book is set to be available in retail stores.
The book that is the core for tabletop RPGs will notably be fully compatible with the huge tabletop RPG Dungeons and Dragons five edition core books, allowing dungeon kings to seamlessly incorporate elements of RuneScape into their games.
Jagex President Phil Mansell was optimistic about the project and expressed his excitement regarding this Kickstarter initiative "involving people from the RuneScape groups," while Steamforged CCO Mat Hart believed the "rich RuneScape universe will translate beautifully" into a tabletop environment.
RuneScape has grown considerably from its original browser-based roots over the past few years RuneScape Gold for sale, with Steamforged's board game being the most recent offering from Jagex. In an interview, a variety of Jagex employees talked about the idea of transitioning the mobile version of RuneScape into an all-platform version and last September.