Smite Is Going Old School With Runescape Crossover: Despite the fact that it has been out for eight years, the popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) Smite is throwing a throwback event on November 15 called Old School Runescape.
There have probably been some strange allies in combat before, but nothing like this for the gods of Smite. After welcoming air benders and Autobots, Smite is now welcoming Old School Runescape players. The Hi-Rez arena fighter recently released a teaser clip for the crossover event through social media, and it appears that the collision between these two renowned worlds will be exactly as tumultuous as you could anticipate.
Smite Is Going Old School With Runescape Crossover
Old School Runescape is a low-poly, playable version of the massive MMO Runescape, which may be unknown to diehard Smite fans. This alternative version of Gielinor has its own dedicated player base, and it rolls the servers back to a time when 3D graphics were charming but quite crude around the edges.
Now you can take on the Gods as classic characters like the Wise Old Man, the Gnome Child, and King Black Dragon in this next MMORPG.
Bellona’s Rune Armor and the Wise Old Man’s garb are at your disposal whenever you feel the need to flaunt your Slayer prowess. In addition to these two, we’re also bringing back some old-school Runescape skins for Vamana and Neith.
Smite is available for free on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, and while we don’t have a tonne of information on the complete Runescape crossover event quite yet, you can check out the incredible trailer above and get ready to PK. Runescape is, of course, also available and ready to welcome you right now on iOS, Android, and PC.
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