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That will not make it to RS3 Because of poor management problems
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That will not make it to RS3 Because of poor management problems

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Sep 18, 2020 at 10:25
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It's based on a GameJam 2018 project by Mod Ryan called Player-Owned House contracts- material that does not make it to RuneScape gold due to inadequate management issues is recycled and created better and enhanced on OSRS, which does not have to deal with shitty investors and management up to RS3 does, largely due to RS3 being the cash cow / secondary match.

It does have some pretty unique rewards, such as the equippable saw, plank sofa, and hosidius wall kit [unlockable wall kits, a characteristic exclusive to and well loved in OSRS] that match OSRS and its own reward space & philosophy perfectly, too.I do not think anyone really wanted construction contracts, theres not much support for this. Remember last gamejam somebody was working on prep for EW quest series, however nobody seemed to care for it, also bear in mind a'gamejam' never 100% means content moves into match, its a session for devs to operate on fire projects, or ideas for pleasure.

They litterly stated they did not really see players druming this up.Mahogany Homes was created in a closed environment by one Jmod, after it passed the surveys a group went to really work on implementing it. When you look in Mahogany Homes it's not a hell of a lot of work behind it, just requiring a few new versions, other than that it has reusing assets they have had for awhile. Oh it had been one of the ones made on one of the free time .

I believe they are inclined to work on things first if it's very likely to pass a poll or whenever they can use the resources elsewhere. In this circumstance it was directly according to a popular suggestion from 6 months ago so they could guess it'd be well received. So they have to perform a significant quantity of the job before bringing it to the survey.

I can't confirm whether or not it's true, but Jagex has been on record dozens of times saying they don't put substantial dev time to pre-poll content. They mostly follow the suggestions and roadmap and get community input pre-poll. I'm pretty certain group ironman was declared at runefest 2017 and has been likely to be published 6 months down the road at the most recent. Idk why Jagex makes many empty promises every Runefest; it's like they make all these plans and if they get in the dev work they understand it is going to be a whole lot more work than they expected but they're afraid of being transparent with the community about it.

The over-promise and under-deliver since it gets people to get the premier club each year, and once they have their money from that it's like they no longer give a fuck about the real updates. Jagex has the skilling contract frame laid out a long little while ago. For example, PoF contracts were added on the fly. It was only a ninja upgrade that OSRS buy gold took a few days.
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