Press release



Armed with aggressive gameplay and a host of new cards, Morvran - the Slayer Master - brings new challenges that will further determine the fate of Legends

Cambridge, UK - July 13, 2016 - The next chapter of Chronicle: RuneScape Legends  has begun with the launch of a major update, six weeks after the critically-acclaimed online strategy card game debuted on Steam for PC. The 1.4 update brings with it the highly anticipated, sixth Legend - Morvran, the Slayer Master. Players will have to use their wits and smarts to secure success and reap the rewards, as they strive to add the Legend to their collection.
Morvran's addition to the line-up of Legends is free, only requiring players to take on and defeat the Slayer Master himself. Bringing with him a new set of unique tactics and strategies to use against their foes, as well as 37 new cards and two additional character skins, players will be able to forge their own quests and customize Morvran to make him their own. As the Slayer Master, the Legend's aggressive nature and array of violent monster cards make him a formidable opponent for all who encounter him. Players will have to adapt to this new style of gameplay to thrive.
The addition of Morvran precedes the game's first-ever event, Beach Party, which begins later this summer. Debuting three new, sun-soaked, tropical environments, the event will also see the inclusion of new community quests - in which players have to work together to succeed - as well as rewards such as exclusive cards for taking part.
"Chronicle's launch on Steam was just the prologue of our own quest to continue delivering a strong lineup of content for the game. The addition of Morvran as our sixth Legend will shake up the strategies and tactics of even top Platinum-ranked players, but he is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of planned content for the rest of the year and beyond," said James Sweatman, lead designer, Chronicle: RuneScape Legends. "We've had great feedback from gamers across the world since Chronicle launched in May, and we're looking forward to continuing our journey with them."
Since launch at the end of May, more than a million games have each been played using Ariane and The Raptor across Chronicle's many gameplay modes, including the hardcore Ranked mode, and draft Dungeoneering mode. Delivering a unique twist on the card game genre, combining tactical PvE with strategic PvP gameplay as players fight their own cards as well as their opponents, Chronicle is now available for PC from Steam (
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About Jagex
Established in 2001, Jagex Games Studio today stands as the UK's largest independent game developer and publisher and is the home of the flagship online adventure game, RuneScape. Celebrating its 15th Year anniversary in 2016, RuneScape has welcomed over 245 million players to its world and more than two million of them play every month, while millions more watch avidly through social channels. In addition to RuneScape, Jagex is developing new RuneScape-branded games as it enters additional genres, including Chronicle: RuneScape Legends, an adventure strategy card game, and RuneScape: Idle Adventures created in partnership with Hyper Hippo, the developers of cult hit Adventure Capitalist. Jagex employs over 320 people at its Cambridge headquarters. Career information can be found at

About Chronicle: RuneScape Legends
Chronicle: RuneScape Legends is an online strategy card game from Jagex, the studio behind the award-winning fantasy MMORPG, RuneScape. Set within the pages of a magical book where the world of Gielinor unfolds before your eyes, Chronicle: RuneScape Legends offers a unique strategic twist on card games. Craft your quest with a deck of cards, battle enemies for gold and bonuses, and then face the final challenge of player vs. player combat. Chronicle: RuneScape Legends is now available for PC and is scheduled for release in 2016 on Mac, tablet and mobile. For more information visit:

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