I likely will not RuneScape gold get a response, but I believe one would be perfect for setting prospective community expectations, especially in light of their current updates OSRS are getting. Measures will launch on the 27th without any flaws. I believe someone mentioned work began on it in March of the year. Despite Covid-19, do you feel that the quantity of time spent is an adequate representation of how long this kind of content could take to make, from start to finish? Minus the problems of Covid-19, do you think the pursuit would have been completed quicker?
I ask this, because overall 2007scape does appear to be able to"put more content, faster". My primary gripe with this statement is that generally speaking, many of OSRS's upgrades simply reflect RS3'S QOL updates, storylines, and attributes. I'm aware that's insulting sounding, but more practically it's simply moving content over from RS3 to OSRS, also I think it is much easier and faster to execute updates into OSRS such as this because the foundation and storyboard already exists, simply the sprites and zones need to be recreated for a stronger engine.
I'm biased in believing OSRS is the easier game to develop for programming and artwork shrewd, any JMOD is free to provide insight and even fix me here. That is all my own personal opinion. However, RS3 is the harder game to develop for. If this quest is a fair representation of 3 months of work for Runescape 3 by a group of X individuals, I believe it's going to be a method of setting expectations for futures material"droughts". "This is the length of time it takes on RS3 to deliver content -this- quality" would set a fantastic benchmark for the long run. I also think it'd be a great way to introduce polling back into RS3, therefore we can see what sort of content has been provided, and what sort of timeframe we would be looking at during voting.
It could be the contrary, RS3 is easier to write code to get as it has more contemporary programming implementations etc. I think a good deal of the delay at RS3 is scheduled to gloss like voice acting, animations as well as artwork.
Why does it update not at the Start and part
Fair question really. We've repositioned this as This Week In Runescape but we are talking about it. We do want to carry on doing so - it's very important to signpost our bigger updates - but we can have a look at how to make it clearer (on top of preventing a less of specification in the actual text that it's next week!). There's this idea known as a Monthly BTS. Basically you make a post that discusses how the updates players can expect within the next month. Perhaps you can make a video surrounding it also.
It would assist with boosting these upgrades and helps. Together with the aspect of things, it helps expand your station which can attract new players to a game. Oh, and if you're worried about having to postpone an upgrade then all you need to do is add a disclaimer saying the BTS is a a plan not a warranty and modifications could happen. Also, you could make link and an edit to a newspost that would cheap RS gold cover communication if you were to happen said delay.