I think this can be applied to RuneScape gold pretty much all MMORPGs which are out there – it really depends what’s the end goal.If you want to keep competitive – whether it is PvE or PVP there’s no way 1 hour each day is going to be enough.If you want to remain super casual – only blow some steam after a hard day and being in the top, having good equipment and etc., is not important to you – I think that it is possible to enjoy it even if it’s only for 1 hour a day.I played a lot of different MMORPGs and for way too much time. I stopped because other matters became more important and that I just couldn’t invest as much time as I used to and with that it became dull. I could not remain competitive or at least marginally competitive, which had been pretty much the only reason I played these games.
Adding choice to play with the game on cellular phone may add an hour or more of playtime to your day, depending on what you really do:-RRB- If interested, you can read about it here.Considering I have played the game for over a decade now, I’ll provide you some insight to the experience I had just a few months ago.
Back in 2014 Jagex announced the creation of the Ironman match mode. In short it would create an official gametype with cheap OSRS gold limited options and rules as per the unofficial’Solo RS style’ that had been the craze at the moment. Being an Ironman supposed that concerted gameplay was non-existant. You were in your own, gathering and making your equipment on your lonesome. An additional rule, Hardcore Ironman supposed that these players would only get one life, and, the account had been permanently secured, since it was’dead’.