Is RuneScape Botting Dead?
You pretty much see this question quite a lot if you’re active on various RuneScape markets and botting forums.
Why do people frequently ask this question? Simply because botting and goldfarming on RuneScape(both on OSRS and RS3) nowadays is significantly riskier and harder compared to botting and goldfarming in the past couple of years.
Probably at around 2015, you could literally bot on multiple accounts on days end without even getting a temporary ban. Well unfortunately, things have definitely changed.
The problem right now is that the entry-level to goldfarming just got significantly higher. Newer goldfarmers start out their farm then get their farm wiped in probably less than a day or a few days, depending on their method, hence making most of them quit almost immediately due to the lost funds, without even making back the their money. This occurrence is very common among beginners, as shown by the complaints in most botting forums.
RuneScape botting in general is a cat and mouse game. While Jagex’s anti-botting system improves, botters, goldfarmers, and client developers also must improve their methods and systems to beat Jagex’s system.
To answer the topic question: No. RuneScape botting and botting is definitely not dead. As long as money can be made through RuneScape goldfarming, there will always be goldfarmers, and I really don’t see this ending real soon. RuneScape botting and goldfarming will probably die if and only if RuneScape itself dies.
Want to learn how to bot and start your own RuneScape goldfarm? Head over to the article below.