Archaeology is a skill currently planned to be released on 30 March 2020. Here you could learn the details of Archaeology player skill. Archaeology player new skill The major highlight here will be the Archaeology player skill itself. For those who don’t play RuneScape, there are currently 27 skills such as Farming, Herblore, and Cooking that help define your character, each tagged with hours upon hours of content to explore. Archaeology will bring the total up to 28 skills.This new skill can be trained up all the way to level 120, Jagex promising a wealth of Archeology content to get stuck into. Although a member skill, Runescape’s free to play population will be able to dabble in some novice relic hunting and train up to rank 20. Add five Archaeology dig sites to RS RuneScape’s fantasy realm of Gielinor will soon play host to a number of dig sites where players can excavate precious artefacts. You’ll then have the option to source collectors for these rare items or donate them to a museum, earning credits that can be exchanged for other loot. Described as a multifaceted skill, Archaeology involves gathering, manufacturing, and trading, while also having an influence elsewhere in the game. Jagex has confirmed that there will be five Archaeology dig sites added to RuneScape when the skill launches. These include the new Khalid-Et biome, a network of catacombs that lie beneath the desert city of Al-Kharid. You’ll also visit the vampiric lands of Morytania in your search for treasure as well as Orthen and an area of The Wilderness known as the Infernal Sword. RuneScape is currently available on PC with an early access Android mobile version out now. Do you expect it to come? So get that day clear on your calendar. You can find cheap OSRS gold from RS3gold site when you need some.