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Recently, Jagex has mentioned plans to OSRS gold tackle the issue. In a brand new weblog posted, which is credited to "The RuneScape Team", the writer states that "gold purchased through RWT is a major problem for any video game which uses international currency that is tradeable" however, even though its "Anti-Cheating Team has executed several actions to stop RWT dealers within and outside of the game" but it will take steps that are more effective and have instant effect.

Citing an "developing team and cutting-edge instruments", Jagex says it's will no longer solely focus on dealers of gold and other assets through RWT but also on buyers. The goal is to cut down the demand for and also the demand.

Jagex is announcing that it'll send "messages to players that we've identified as being involved in RWT" inside "the coming hours". "For any person who's been concerned, we're going to require them to be clean - that is your sole and only alert," it brought.

Other measures that the developer is likely to keep in mind as punishments for RWT interest is set to consist of removing wealth - basically doing away with ill-gotten earnings from debts of gamers in the server stage and possible bans.

RuneScape's PvP component, known as the Duel Arena, will even have stricter rules in place. Jagex affirms that the character "has been a trigger for the aforementioned scumbag behavior", and that the 38th with the cent percent of bans for RWT interest as of now come from that thing that is part of buy RS gold the game. It says that already quantities at "heaps of bans consistent with month".