The Past, Present, and Future: How PSN and RuneScape Have Evolved | Gaming

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The world of gaming is constantly evolving, and both PlayStation Network or PSN and RuneScape are prime examples of how online gaming platforms have adapted and grown over the years. Let’s take a trip down memory lane to see how PSN and RuneScape have transformed, and then peer into the crystal ball to imagine what the future might hold.

From Humble Beginnings to Online Hubs

PSN launched in 2006, offering basic online functionality for PlayStation 3 consoles. Back then, PSN gift cards were primarily used to purchase downloadable games, a concept that was relatively new and exciting for gamers. RuneScape, a browser-based MMORPG, had already been around for a few years by then, establishing itself as a pioneer in the free-to-play genre. Players could buy RuneScape memberships for additional in-game benefits, but the base game was and still is freely accessible.

The Rise of Online Multiplayer and Free-to-Play

As online connectivity improved and internet speeds soared, the focus shifted…

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