Last year, Jagex revealed that Old School RuneScape's Leagues III: Shattered Relics would be delayed until January 19 – and the team is finally ready to give fans a closer look at what exactly they've been cooking up. This seasonal event will introduce a new character, offers no area restrictions, and will give you a chance to earn a variety of rewards for partaking in the limited-time shenanigans.

When you first start Leagues III: Shattered Relics, you'll only be able to level four skills – Fishing, Defense, Thieving, and your choice of combat skill. As you play, you'll be given the option to unlock further skills using a resource called "Sage's Renown," and you'll also have a chance to discover fragments of Relics. Piece together a full Relic, and you'll unlock powerful effects such as improved melee accuracy or increased chance to acquire fossils on Fossil Island.


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There are a bunch of other tweaks to the OSRS formula, including:

  • Gain 5x experience
  • Unlimited run energy
  • Scroll Boxes drop instead of Clue Scrolls
  • Bosses locked behind Sage's Renown payments
  • Quests can be autocompleted with Sage's Renown
  • Waystones scattered throughout Gielinor for easy fast travel

There's still a bit more we are waiting to learn about Leagues III: Shattered Relics, but with the event kicking off on January 19, we shouldn't have to wait long for additional details.

Old School RuneScape had an impressive 2021, and this year is already off to a strong start. The team recently introduced Nex to the game, giving players a massive (and challenging) new boss to defeat. Dozens of players can team up for the encounter, and those who walk away victorious have a chance to earn plenty of exclusive loot.

Old School RuneScape is available for free on PC and mobile, although a paid subscription is required to access Leagues III: Shattered Relics.

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