Old School RuneScape patches in a new region for PC and mobile players

Sometimes this looks nice.

Step aside, RuneScape – you’re not the only Jagex game getting a big update this week. Indeed, Old School RuneScape officially launched what Jagex is calling its “first major multiplayerform content” yesterday to both PC and mobile devices: That’d be the Kebos Lowlands, which are part of the Zeah continent. Jagex calls it “the latest step in providing a deep and meaningful MMO experience on the move or from the comfort of the sofa.”

“The new region is the first major release for the game since it became a multiplatform title following the launch of the mobile edition in October 2018. In addition to the new town of Brimstone, the Kebos Lowlands includes a new monster – the multi headed hydra – as well as a new slayer dungeon, a farming guild, two new novice quests and brand-new rewards. The new frontiers of the lowlands represent the most diverse content mix since the launch of Old School RuneScape nearly six years ago, with low to high-level adventures for players to explore and complete.”

As with many RuneScape updates, this one was requested by the community at the last RuneFest. So you’d better like it!

Source: Press release