The devs have offered up a new content showcase showing off a number of features in the works for RuneScape. Chief among these are a new player experience that includes a number of UI tweaks, additional action bars, and more daily challenges available to free players among other things. Most of these updates are meant for the mobile version of the game, but are also affecting the PC version as well. Additionally, the towns of Burthorpe and Taverley are going to be decluttered. You can get the complete rundown in the video embed at the end of this story or read this synopsis for more.
Separate kill/death ratios for PvP worlds and Bounty Hunter are now available in Old School RuneScape. These are distinct from Wilderness kills and can be viewed from the notice board located at the north side of the Edgeville bank. The game’s latest devblog also talks about how slashing weapons now have a chance to slice through webs (that wasn’t a thing before?) and updates to Song of the Elves.
Finally, Jagex is apparently trying to gather interested fans for some feedback workshops related to the most current live version of RuneScape. You must be at least 18 years old and travel to and from the Jagex studio will be at your personal expense, but those who are selected will get their hands on some secret projects related to the game. Applications are open until September 2nd.