Upon my arrival I was met by PR manager Adam Tuckwell who informed me that I was to buy cheap rs3 gold have an audience with Mark Ogilvie, the games lead designer, to talk all things wilderness and beyond. After being led into the bowels of Jagex Studios and passing by many arcade machines, I was told to take a seat in a room filled with every item that could induce a full-blown nerdgasm: a huge TV, comfortable leather sofas, an Xbox 360 complete with Kinnect – and even Warhammer models in the corner. I was seriously contemplating never leaving this place.
After a short wait and with a cup of English breakfast tea in hand, I was greeted by the sight of RuneScape’s lead designer Mark Ogilvie who appeared to be carrying with him a massive world-map. “The old Wilderness is back!” says Mark slapping his prop and grinning broadly. For those unaware in ways of Jagex’s MMO, the ‘old’ Wilderness was a place of open PvP with full-loot privileges and a general vibe that said “shit-your-pants-tense” or something equally as poetic.
“I literally spent Tuesday morning getting the crap beaten out of me and losing all my gear” Mark tells me – the Wilderness’ hospitality obviously reaches as far as lead designers. “It’s just so great to experience the open PvP-stuff of the Wilderness again, and the players are just loving it at the moment”. There is obviously a lot of excitement in the air about the recent return of some much-loved game play but of course the big question was, why take it away in the first place?