In the last week, just a few hours before the upgraded Runelite HD was due for an official release the 117 group was contacted by Jagex OSRS Gold, demanding that work stop and that the release be delayed. However, this time it's not due solely to copyright rights, but instead because Jagex has stated that they're preparing the own HD upgrade.
Although that may sound fair at first, there's a huge problem. Runelite HD doesn't actually seem to violate any of Jagex's mod guidelines, and the company claims that it will release new guidelines informing us of the fact Runelite HD does actually break its own guidelines will be published in the coming week.
Mod creator 117 has said they attempted to compromise with Jagex and even offered the mod's removal once Jagex was done the release of their effort, but, "they declined outright," seemingly spelling the end of the project which took "approximately around 2000 hours over two years."
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