Beta Test for Chronicle on the Cards This November

Sign-up process now live for quest-driven collectible card game.

Jagex Games Studio, makers of the multi-award winning fantasy MMORPG, RuneScape, has announced that it is now accepting registrations for a closed beta of its upcoming online strategy card game, Chronicle: RuneScape Legends. The beta, the next phase of the game’s development, will begin next month. The announcement was made by the game’s lead designer, Jim Sweatman, at RuneFest, the annual fan convention for the RuneScape franchise. Anyone interested in crafting their own strategy RPG experience and engaging in heroic player versus player combat, can register for an opportunity to become an integral part of the game’s ongoing development.

“Since Chronicle’s inception we’ve been committed to iterative, agile development. Now, as we prepare for Chronicle entering closed beta next month, we’re incredibly excited to open the game up to more RuneScape fans and those looking for something new to join us in creating something special,” said Jim Sweatman. “In taking the game to the next stage, and welcoming input from a much wider audience, we believe we can create a surprising and genuinely unique experience for all gamers.”

In Chronicle: RuneScape Legends, players build their own card-based adventures as they quest towards an ultimate showdown against a world of rivals. In addition to this core mechanic, players can also expect:

  • ‘Pick up and play’ combo gameplay
  • Hundreds of unique cards
  • Expansive deck building
  • Challenging off-line Gauntlet mode
  • Immersive visuals
  • Deep crafting tools

For further information about Chronicle: RuneScape Legends or to register for the game’s closed beta, visit the official website at www.rschonicle.com.

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