For those who played the game regularly during the 2000s were likely to be unable to play the game's first release, now known as RuneScape Classic. The players could take on anyone, even each other Cheap OSRS Gold. The graphics were not basic. It could only accommodate around 1,200 players without breaking.
Games aren't allowed to make mistakes now. Titanfall 2 isn't getting the funding it needs to improve its online gameplay on the PC. Anthem was scrapped in the middle of the development process of the major overhaul. Fable Legends was canned before it had even been able to launch. Now, you have to be Fortnite or perish trying.
The enthusiasm of a developer may be insignificant for a publisher, too. Dragon Age 4 has been removed twice due to greater-up interference continually dictating game's direction. Metal Gear players, who very obviously want single-player games, got the co-op game Metal Gear Survive in 2018. That's not even discuss the subsidiaries Activision Blizzard wastes on constant Call of Duty development.
Thank god Jagex was founded at a point that it was able to remain an completely independent. The player base began to decline in the latter part of 2000s and the game's publisher was likely to have pulled the plug on it all. It's true that Raven Software started laying people off while Warzone made billions RS Gold Buy, so even success could spell disaster for the humans who play the game.