Old School RuneScape update is now available to download on PC (Steam). According to the official Old School RuneScape patch notes, the latest update added Pride Event & Pet Reclaim changes to the game.
Previously, a major update added various quality of life fixes and improvements. Unfortunately, since the last patch, players are experiencing several issues since the last major patch. Today’s Old School RuneScape patch will address a few of these errors.
It’s the update you’ve been waiting for – time to fill up your menagerie with a collection of pet changes!
First and foremost, any pets you receive in-game will now be automatically insured. If you’re unlucky enough to lose your pet, you will be able to retrieve it from Probita for the standard 1 million GP fee.
Both players who ‘would have been followed’ but did not receive their pet and players who have lost their pet on death can collect it from Probita, as long as it was marked in their Collection Log. Bank Placeholders also work as sufficient proof that the pet existed.
Unfortunately, we’re unable to retrieve pets which were received and then lost before the Collection Log was released, or pets whose Bank Placeholder has been deleted.
Any pets you achieve in-game are now automatically insured. If you are unlucky enough to lose your pet, your pet is redeemable from Probita for her usual fee of 1 million GP.
If you’ve previously paid an insurance fee, it’ll be added to Probita’s reclaim fee coffer and can then be used as a discount towards any further reclaims. For example, if you’ve insured two pets for 500,000 GP each, you will be given 1 free reclaim token. If you’ve insured 5 pets, you will be given 2 free reclaim tokens and a 500,000 GP discount towards your next reclaim token purchase. Nice!
Lastly, we’ve enabled loot drop broadcasts for _all _pets, including duplicate drops. Happy hunting!
Great news for adventurers on the go – we’ve fully released our new client features on both Android and iOS devices! The new client will become available over the course of today, so keep an eye out for an update!
This means that the Java app is no longer in use. To play Old School RuneScape on mobile, your device must meet the following requirements:
On the upside, mobile players now have access to all the exciting features we’ve been beta testing, including:
So what’s next? Take a look at this newspost, where we share all the details about future client features we’re looking to implement.
Download free Old School RuneScape update for PC (Steam).