Bro, you did not read shit about what I wrote. Nor did you check exactly what OSRS gold culminated in Cambridge place for applications development are or what Jagex pays. Those”growth” costs already cover all the developer’s salaries and you’re left with over 30m for other things. Everything they lease in. And we all know Jagex does not have strongest servers (considering every world is max 2k runescape players I doubt they are very powerful ones whatsoever ).
Let us assume that their one server rent costs 10 GBP/hour. In a year there are 8760 hours. That’s under 90k annually one server. Let us push on it to 100k. Now most likely one sever hosts multiple worlds (with VMs). But let’s say Jagex has 150 servers rented that is individual. Each year 15m goes (which really isn’t that high, since I took pricing from compute-oriented server that’s chiefly used for scientific calculations, machine learning, etc). More use case that is average has pricing about half of this if not less. Rent at Cambridge Science park (same location Jagex is at) is 300k/month for 12k sq ft area. Think Jagex has bit nicer building, therefore let us say 5m/year.
15m left for all else. TBH idc how much Jagex spends on their rent, etc.. What bothers me is how much they spend on”development” but we aren’t getting shit. Mod MTX maintained since it is too costly, they can’t give runemetrics expert to premier members. WTF nibba? You bill 5 lbs a month, like what for this thing? Are you telling me you shop 200GB of data per client over? Fuckin’ joke.
I am trying to be optimistic about it, and I think before they have a opportunity to make their 28, it’s important not to go ahead. However the only things I think from them are implemented changes as they have done on these issues within their background with more or less every single guarantee and even then I will be skeptical of these slipping back to old customs.
While I could understand the Buy Rs gold idea of employing a stream feeling more open and direct I really do worry somewhat that streams and discussions naturally arrive with much more qualifiers and an awareness of view, making the statements less formal and concrete than when they were a written statement.