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  • Twitch streamer Titus_Furius goes down ever as Runescape Classic's final and arguably greatest legend. On Monday, August 6, manufactured Jagex closed the Classic servers some 17 years when they opened, Titus completed the experience's toughest challenge: the Legends' Quest. Over 1,000 people tuned in to view him pay off the quest right with the OSRS Gold eleventh hour, mere moments before Classic was banned for good. Several Jagex employees were inside the audience, plus they not only cheered Titus on, additionally, they kept the servers alive longer than planned, so that Titus could become Classic's final legend.

    Titus first played Runescape Classic in 2003. He's taken large breaks in the game within the past many years, however, if Jagex announced it had been shutting Classic down, he knew he to go back. Thanks to his old account, he had entry to the game's 'Veteran Only' servers, so he made a decision to complete the Legends' Quest, plus all of the quests leading up for it, and stream the complete thing.

    "I figured it could make interesting content to Buy RuneScape Gold view the quests played as we were holding originally released," Titus tells me. Runescape has evolved considerably considering that the Classic days. The most reputed version from the game, colloquially called Runescape 2, was already released in 2004.