Jagex has updated its mobile MMO Old School RuneScape with clan support and a bunch of other supporting features. The update is available on iOS and Android in addition to PC.

The clans update enables you to group up and enjoy Old School RuneScape with friends, allowing you to compete against other rival clans in new endgame content. The update brings the Clan hub, a location dedicated to all clan-related activity such as forming, finding and managing clans which support up to 500 players.

This also means other new features have come to the game to give some extra girth to the clans system, with dedicated clan menus, a recruitment board, and a variety of other valuable tools being made available to make organising a clan as streamlined as possible.

Each member of a clan can be assigned dedicated ranks, which forms a hierarchy of players with different roles and permissions. You can use either the default military-style ranks or rename them into something more suitable.

Finally, the Clan Halls is a private place for each clan where its members can kick back and relax between quests and exploration.

The new Clans functionality in Old School RuneScape arrives in the game today, and the development team will be hosting a livestream tomorrow at 5PM UK time to showcase the new feature in full. The stream is due to take place on the developer's official Twitch channel.

You can download Old School RuneScape now from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a free to play game with in-app purchases.

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