I'm aware of the game clients available for players to use and the pros and cons of using one. I personally only use the official game client provided by Jagex but do feel that third-party clients provide an advantage.
As these clients are to be used "at your own risk", why doesn't Jagex just add some straightforward and key features to the current, official client and prohibit the use of the third-party clients?
artemischildsaid: They have said its a matter of time. They could take their time away from doing other updates to do the client or they can do the updates and let someone else do the clients.
Jagex client doesn't need hundreds of updates because runelite tools doesn't improve gameplay and are thus not necessary. Runelite is all about providing tools that give advantages to force players into using their client.
Some tools make challenges like Jad and Inferno easier and and then Jagex must add even harder challenges than the Inferno. Other tools make some content into no brainers, for example mage training arena where the client does the logic for you. These tools should not be there because they are bad for the game.
Everybody should playing on one client with the same tools.
artemischildsaid: They have said its a matter of time. They could take their time away from doing other updates to do the client or they can do the updates and let someone else do the clients. The problem is that osbuddy sucks and runelite uses the vanilla exp drops which suck, and konduit barely gets updated anymore, it's the only client with good exp drops.
Only reason I use third party client is because it has a slightly higher render distance and smoother graphic and distance.another feature I like is the drops highlighted on the floor and xp calculators..those are the main reasons I use runelite and it wouldn't be to hard for the vanilla client to have those..almost 2019 and I feel like little things like this push new players awayVeteran player old school to rs2 to eoc to quitting then back to osrs