The beta release follows the completion of closed testing for Old School. Players can download the app from the Play Store now and login to start playing the beta. However, RuneScape currently has a limit on the number of installations available. The limit is to www.lolga.com ensure stability of the game throughout testing.
As the development team’s confidence in the game’s stability grows, it will raise the limit, allowing for more downloads. There are no sign-ups to access the beta. Instead, it will operate on a first-come first-serve basis. Additionally, players who participated in the closed testing will get access as well. Furthermore, the game is compatible with all devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or later, excluding the Google Pixel C and Huawei P8 Lite. Those devices have some performance issues with the game. While the app is free to download, unfortunately only paid members can login on the mobile application. Members who haven’t paid for a RuneScape membership are blocked from signing in on mobile.
The development Rocket League Items team is also working on a port of the game for iOS. The team hopes to release a version of the game for iOS later this summer. Additionally, Jagex just finished a round of testing for RuneScape 3 on mobile. The development team posted a comprehensive list of feedback and improvements they’ve made accordingly. The post is available on the RuneScape website here.