Runescape designer Jagex has put an end to Runelite HD

"When OSRS gold prices started to drop in the early 2000s, there was not enough money to import the products," said Alejandro Velasco, a professor at New York University who specializes in Venezuelan politics, during an interview over the phone. "As consequently there was no cash to keep the economy going."

Venezuela's coffers were empty after it spent its most recent oil earnings on social services like subsidized food, medical care, along with literacy and health programs. Chavez also culled perceived dissenters from the oil industry following an attempted coup by the military, affecting production.

and widespread corruption in the government has also hurt the economy, as per Paul Angelo, a fellow at the Council for Foreign Relations who specializes on Latin American politics.

Runescape designer Jagex has put an end to Runelite HD, a fan-made HD mod for the popular open-source client designed for Old School Runescape, just as the project was due to launch last Monday. This decision, made in the last minute, has Runescape users praising Jagex's decision , and stating that they'll switch to other MMOs.

Runelite HD Developer "117" posted on Reddit Tuesday with a message from Jagex and was later confirmed by Jagex in its own blog article. Runelite HD operates as a plugin that will provide an extensive visual overhaul to the base Runescape as found by 117's Twitter. Moderator 117 added that they've spent around 2500 hours in the past two years developing buy OSRS GP.