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by on December 4, 2018
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There was a limited number of downloads available for the Play Store list as of OSRS Gold yesterday, but because those spots were filled over the first two weeks, more have been opened now. Therefore, if you are a contributor to Old School Runescape, you can once more set up the beta from the Play Store and get into the game after you input your credentials. Oh, and once this cellular beta transitions to a complete release, you'll have the ability to play as a non-member at no cost, though some articles will be restricted.

If you are not able to install from the Play Store just yet, I've confirmed that taking things into your own hands by tracking the APK and sideloading it to your device works just fine. You'll still have to pay the $11 subscription to play, but at least things aren't so locked down that sideloading isn't an alternative.

I have to say I am pleasantly surprised to realize that development of the mobile version of Old School Runescape is moving smoothly. I understand I can not wait to dive in, though the 11 monthly subscription may be a bit expensive for some, especially once you consider that Jagex recently awakened the fee two weeks ago for new associates, most likely in anticipation of their upcoming mobile release. I suppose someone should cover the development of the mobile version and its continuing support. I am just not sure men and women are prepared to pay $11 per RS Gold month to get a mobile interface of what's basically a seventeen-year-old game. In the very least that the subscription grants you access to Old School Runescape on PC and Mac as well, which should soften the blow a little.