After the amount of upgrades began to drop Jagex started doing updates to RuneScape gold produce things like jar quest creation much easier claiming it would allow them to release more quests . That did not occur because the problem is Jagex, not the problem of developing content.
This old chestnut mare has been ridden into the ground. Yes OSRS takes less to develop, but that's not and never has been an excuse. Not trying is only a case of laziness whatever the source. They simply announced a new construction method in the fashion of dimensions of Safecracking in the Q&A Livestream. I believe they also told us they're hiring and outsourcing a great deal of devs. Some are beginning as soon as next week, even if MTX really matters then it is a good cause for much more hiring.
Much like the upcoming storage update OSRS is getting to POHs
No point in using a bigger team if you can not get shit from the door. Dude it is such fun content also, I have done like 50 in my ironman and really enjoyed it. Im half sure they had a lot of it devved before survey. Which frankly is rather problematic. I wish they'd do the vast majority of the work following the poll so they do not waste any job. Warding vietnam flashbacks hanging in.
Mahogany Homes was created in a closed environment by a single Jmod, once it passed the surveys a team went to actually work on implementing it. When you have a look in Mahogany Homes it is not a hell of a good deal of work behind it, only requiring a couple of new models, apart from that it has reusing assets they have needed for awhile. Oh it had been among those ones made on one of the free time idea days.
I believe they tend to work on things early if it's very likely to pass a survey or whenever they can use the assets elsewhere. In this circumstance it was directly based on a popular suggestion from 6 months ago so that they could guess it'd be well received. But then people whine that they don't have enough specifics and vote Buy RS gold down. So they need to perform a significant quantity of the job before bringing it to the poll.