Chronicle: RuneScape Legends Now Live On Steam
While one game is trying to keep people from downloading it on Steam, another is saying, "Hey, check us out!"
Jagex's free-to-play CCG Chronicle: RuneScape Legends is now fully launched on Steam and available for download; players can also continue playing via the game's standalone launcher downloaded from the website. In addition, Jagex revealed that a sixth Legend, the slayer master Morvran, would be coming to the game this summer.
With the launch comes support for seven languages, over 40 Steam achievements, trading cards, and a new ranked season, which will run until June 30. You can check out Chronicle: RuneScape Legends on its Steam page or take a gander at our First Look from the game's beta.
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