RuneScape is getting a Steamforged Games-crafted tabletop game and board game

This is the first time that a RuneScape game has been translated into an offline version in this way. The project will be made with the approval of Jagex and its partners from Steamforged Games, which is a UK-based company focused on tabletop games like Warhammer 40K: Conquest and XCOM: The Board Game.

The “fun board games for two” is a tabletop game that RuneScape is getting. The game will be crafted by Steamforged Games, who have also created the board game version of RuneScape.

Sure, you get a nod this year.

If you’ve been wishing for a new RuneScape game to play, Jagex has granted your desire, however it won’t be a PC game this time: It’s a TTRPG and a boardgame.

“Both a board game and a tabletop roleplaying game (TTRPG) core book inspired by RuneScape’s rich fantasy realm of Gielinor,” according to Jagex and Steamforged Games. The games will be released in 2022, however the board game will reportedly take a detour to Kickstarter to raise money for preorders beforehand. We should mention that Jagex has been purchased and sold many times in recent years, the most recent for roughly half a billion dollars.

“With fresh-but-faithful versions of famous missions and characters that combine iconic components of the games into engaging tactile experiences recreated for tabletop gaming, both titles are guaranteed to please RuneScape and Old School RuneScape’s player communities.” The board game will take one to five players on quest-based journeys around Gielinor, drawing on experiences, characters, and locales from throughout RuneScape’s rich 21-year history. They’ll improve their equipment, upskill their characters, prepare unique foods, interact with NPCs, and put their talents to the test while exploring various parts of the globe, with a number of interesting side tasks to keep players distracted and entertained.”

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