Honestly if you’ve never tried , try them aside from the world and the lore and the set of skills to train they’ve basically evolved into OSRS gold two completely different games, osrs in my opinion is just way far less generic and ridiculously over the top, plus it is exactly what most older players actually know, and also what they fell in love to start with.
They both have their strong and weak points, and it ultimately only comes down to what kind of match you really want to play I would vouch for you to attempt OSRS, in case you do not mind the grind, it has over 2x the playerbase and is not infested with MTX, unlike RS3
Do not get me wrong, there’s far more to being a fantastic RS player than having a sizable cashpile, and a lot of what actually counts can’t be purchased with gp, but using a large cashpile because you spent like $100 on MTX will definitely give you an advantage over players who don’t buy MTX, regardless of which variant of this game we’re referring to.
If you would like to grind endlessly osrs if you are looking for Buy Runescape gold a more modern casual encounter rs3vFor an MMO that I can just kind of drama to enjoy, I’ve always favored RS3. It cut back on the grind and pushed more of the high level stuff/combining things for greater efficiency and less work. That’s part of the reason why some people today hate it: They really take pleasure in the grind. To get grindy stuff, I have always favored Monster Hunter, in which it has less amount of grind and more problem of mill.
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