Now, the company has set its sights on Gielinor's world and RuneScape with plans to release two board games and an RPG book for tabletop gaming in the coming year. The two RPG adaptations will feature some of the most popular characters and locations, allowing a group of up to five players to compete against classic quests that are part of RuneScape in addition to bringing the adventures in this world called Gielinor to the home of Gielinor.
Players will be able to craft and upgrade their equipment. They can also interact with NPCs as well as take on numerous side quests inspired from the popular MMORPG. The board game will debut by means of an Kickstarter campaign later in the year. Meanwhile, the core tabletop RPG book is set to debut in stores.
The tabletop core book RPGs will be notably compatible with tabletop RPGs of massive size Dungeons and Dragons the fifth edition of the books, allowing dungeon masters to seamlessly incorporate elements of RuneScape into their games.
Jagex Chief Executive Officer Phil Mansell was optimistic about the project , and expressed his enthusiasm about his enthusiasm for the Kickstarter project "involving communities from RuneScape community," and Steamforged CCO Mat Hart believed the "rich RuneScape universe is going to translate beautifully" into a tabletop environment.
RuneScape has been expanding significantly from its original browser-based roots in recent times, with Steamforged's board games being the most recent release from Jagex. In an interview, many Jagex employees discussed the process of transforming Runescape's mobile version to a cross-platform release and, this past September.
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