They have to do a better job of leading people! Right on mind BS that you likely gont close. Right off the bat simply to get a flavor of what there is to offer you. The entire"This one's on the house" method of introducing MTX will continue better in the future with fresh RuneScape Gold players that I believe. With both keys that are.
Well they do give you a key or 2 when you are a member. However, I feel the overlap between people who play mmo's is large and who play games that are mobile. So I am curious the way Jagex goes with this. Mobile games are sort of a different beast that make the men and women who are able to afford it sense just great enough they are willing to blindly invest the money very quickly and they either continue and spend more or leave.I'm aware of the 2 free keys I said, but they should plop one in the brand new Runescape players inventory as a means to lure them into Treasure Hunter rather than hammering it right in front of their face right from the beginning. Are about how the total MTX thing is. IMO this could he a better approach.
Never said MTX needed to be removed. Just temporarily disabled to help new Runescape players select up Runescape game, no fuss. New Runescape players are not going to put money into TH keys on the initial day of pressing"I have not played Runescape match before". They would like to search for manual texts, directions and things that instruct them how to browse Runescape sport and intricate interfaces.Not explicitly but hiding it for 24 hours or even longer behind a 500 total level is absurd for them. If novices weren't their crowd they wouldn't have made a mobile game. They don't want to have 5000 Runescape players where people that are 1k spend 3 dollars on MTX, they want about scaring of thr 4999 individuals, plus they do not care. Thats how games operate.
I strongly disagree with hiding everything MTX related for new Old School Runescape Gold players; they deserve to know what they're getting into rather than pulling out the rug from beneath them a couple dozen hours in. Now, I do not believe the customization tab needs to be front and centre either, but I think the Legacy interface does it better; the Upgrades and Extras tab is set after the important gameplay things (though before social features, which I am not entirely satisfied with, but anything ).