Ever since its mobile launch at the end of October 2018, Old School RuneScape has been doing splendid business and Jagex have now revealed that the game has racked up more than 5 million downloads on iOS and Android mobile platforms.

Old School RuneScape is a mobile iteration of the Windows and Mac game from 2013. We’re talking about the same game that looked to provide a more traditional RuneScape experience by using RuneScape’s version from 2007 as a starting point.

All things considered, it seems that Jagex have hit two for two because not only did the original Old School RuneScape speed by RuneScape’s numbers, it actually doubled its player count by 2017. Moreover, it’s said to have broken a record in paid subscriptions from 2008, not too shabby for an Old School title. If you want to Buy Runescape Old School Money, we z2u.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.

In a press release, Jagex said that the game in all of its incarnations hit its highest-ever paid membership and monthly active users. Thanks to the testing and launch of both mobile versions of the client, the paid subscriber count has crossed the one million mark. Additionally, Old School RuneScape Mobile has clocked over five million downloads since its launch last year. Altogether, the franchsise has made over a billion dollars since its debut 18 years ago.

“The franchise has been growing consistently for five years, and we’ve seen a surge of further community growth with the move to mobile. Old School RuneScape’s successful mobile launch was made possible by our incredible team who’ve been able to make this classic game play smoothly in a mobile form-factor, and which allows players to enjoy the convenience of completely interoperable PC to mobile cross-play. This achievement showcases our living games philosophy; bringing deeply engaging community experiences to players wherever they are.