IMO if the OSRS gold remainder of the month are patches and we get Ninja fixes every fourteen days, I believe that is alright (based on how they are defining an update). It quells some of the"when are we getting things" and suits both the ones that need repairs to RuneScape, as well as ones who only want to devour fresh content. If this procedure works, and they're ready to get out high quality, purposeful updates once per month, together with patches/fixes littered throughout, I will be a happy camper.
That is the goal. I am able to speak to my experience, moving half way around the world for this particular job just 6 months ago, to say how difficult it's to get this done by home vs the studio.
Simply put, sticking to the existing programs we had just wouldn't work for us as developers or you as gamers - the gaps on these larger parts of articles would be much larger than anybody would like to see. Instead, the team took the initiative and accommodated our strategy. What this new strategy does is minimize the chance of significant gaps between additive content, with a goal of delivering on a monthly cadence once we can. The team really are throwing themselves at this challenge and working super hard to make that occur. Frankly, I am pretty excited about the plans as a participant.
This came across as very PR"The team are throwing themselves in this challenge". We all know things have affected. But the explanation does not hold up for everything. At the period that Archaeology and PVM hub were getting ready for release, there should have been other people working on something else since the start of the year which many would have anticipated to be getting ready for release a month or two after archaeology, but there hasn't. Working from house happened and for me I got next to nothing done for the very first month as a result of technical issues.
However, it got better and by the 3rd month I was back up to full speed, maybe even more effective than working at work since there wasn't any annoying meetings and beurocracy taking up time. So after 3 months of working from home, there's one upgrade almost ready. There is still something wrong there. Some individuals will have it worse than others because of family etc. But this point should issues sorted out. Jagex should be providing the necessary equipment to employees if this really is a long term thing to do their job. When it comes to working from home the games and technology business ought to be one of the best suited OSRS Money sectors.