Consistently pushing mtx to make short-term gains is precisely what has been the downfall of RS gold for quite a long time. That's also the primary reason the playerbase has been decreasing. Good gaming experience with engaging and modern content higher participant count more long term profits. I truly liked the way Steve Jobs set it about technology companies losing their innovation and actual product development when marketing and sales takes over the guide.
What you're saying is definitely correct. From 2017 to 2018 (the most recent publicly accessible numbers) MTX revenue dropped. Yes, and this is why they've been moving towards trying to tie in certain permanent improvement with every one of the MTX events - so they are not solely short-term profits but they do give some permanent value to the game - beginning with all the graphical rework of the Dwarven Mine. Not so well-executed this time, but I believe we could all agree that it is a step in the right direction.
This is more personal opinion, but I also somewhat disagree with the labeling of those events as rigorously"MTX events". I've been engaging with this Artisan event without having to spend a dime and I rather enjoy it. So long as the choice is there to complete everything without dropping money, I really don't see why it ought to be shunned. It provides some wonderful short-term goals to work towards using a decent reward.
Yak trak is merely one more kind of monetisation ontop of what is in the game already. That is exactly why it ties into the game, they saw battlepasses do well and knew it'd be a good way to sell gold maximum. More MTX content will cause a mass unsubbing of players who do not actively fork out money for MTX content. It has to be MTX content + standard content released at exactly the same rate and as it stands there is certainly going to go worse if all we get are far less normal updates. Pretty much many players watched last year as a dud, in all reality desperate measures should have been released with anachronia. Jagex is poorly handling their staff or does not have enough to OSRS Gold For Sale appeal to ordinary subscribers.
It is nevertheless an MTX event however. It is intentionally designed to get you to invest in directly on it. It's fine as content, sure, but as soon as the actual, good content is being postponed, it stings. It is also kind of empty content in general. They simply added some items you can craft which largely are lame, and its addition to additional content.
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