We are bringing RuneScape 3 to you this summer! This is an exciting evolution of the game you love and as part of the creation of RuneScape 3 we need your feedback on two of its key elements – our new HTML5 graphics engine and our new interface system. To help with this feedback we will be running a beta program using our HTML 5 client and an Alpha program on the interface system. These will be available initially to selected members only.

RuneScape has mainly kept to itself over the years as the MMO market saw the wave of World of Warcraft which triggered a rise in high-budget releases. It is the sort of game of easy accessibility , addictive crafting and combat mechanics you would find loaded up in a school computer lab and earning Guinness World Records, but in the words of Jagex Content Designer Mark Ogilvie, it is soon going to the next dramatic pause LEVEL. Apparently, the appearence of RuneScape 3 will dig into your browser window this summer for free RuneScape Gold.

However, if you give it an secound thought that is Jagex just skip a number. Nope, RuneScape 2 showed up way back in 2004, and it assumed the moniker of RuneScape to serve its role as an overhaul of the original. RuneScape 3 might similarly shed its numerical appendage once released, since its incoming changes keep the core game the way it is now and instead focuses on client and engine improvements.

Jagex asserted that existing avatars and accounts will carry over and continue seamlessly in RuneScape 3 has new adventures. It will also keep maintaining a Java-based client for old-school enthusiasts and those with lower-end hardware. The new hotness, however, is the arrival of a sleek HTML5- and WebGL-based client that boasts a visual boost across the board—sharper graphics, increased viewing distances, deepened colors, and other perks. The Wipeout-like HexGL is a worthy demonstration of what that combo of browser-based gaming looks like.