Old School Runescape developer Jagex has decided to close the MMORPG title's Bounty Hunter worlds"until further notice" due to questions about RS Gold gold farmers tripping them. After an early announcement letting players understand that the worlds would shut down, the developers have gone into further detail on their strategies to revamp PvP. "It's time to create a change," Jagex states in the announcement. "Not just to Bounty Hunter, but also to our approach to PvP as a whole. PvP is a cornerstone of Old School. Our goal is to determine a long-term eyesight for PvP. Rather than move from 1 release to another, we need a clear direction for the next few years that will inform how we style articles moving forward."
Strategies to revamp PvP will begin taking place in February, and these ideas will be presented to the neighborhood. "We also hope to re-release Bounty Hunter in a few months, given we could establish a way to consistently monitor and act against boosting." Meanwhile, the minigame's unique things"will be made available elsewhere." The studio originally educated players of this player-killing minigame's closure in an update post on the game's site, saying it's"sorry to announce that we've taken the decision to close the Bounty Hunter worlds until further notice". The reason for this, Jagex describes, is that the manner's"design sadly leaves it prey to gold farmers, who misuse its mechanics to generate GP in excess of those amounts available via legitimate procedures."
While it seems the scope of the gold farming has not yet reached a point where it's affecting Old School Runescape's in-game economy, the studio clarifies it"undermines other game content and the general integrity of the game." On account of the problems existing before a rework of Bounty Hunter at November 2019, the devs"don't believe that just undoing it would fix them", adding that"that is quite clearly not the result that any of Cheap OSRS Gold us wanted, but right now we are convinced it's the best option available to us"