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Recently some changes and improvements have been made to Grand Exchange Ninja Strike and others.Read the details below to learn what has happened in game.

Some improvements to the Grand Exchange Ninja Strike

1.The develop team have installed a brand new client-side prediction feature, which means that all that fiddly communication between the server and your client at home has been reduced. It's faster transactions for everyone.
2.Now you’ll be able to edit any of your offers on the Grand Exchange instantly, without taking them down. Just click the ‘Edit’ button to try it out for yourself.
3.It’s also easier to adjust the prices of the items you’re looking to buy and sell, with the addition of +/- 20% buttons, which will appear next to the +/- 5% ones.
4.When searching, up to 12 items will now appear in the results, as opposed to six as it was previously.

Other changes with the recent update

The following changes have made all around the game on June 15th:
1.Further improvements have been made to improve the display of the Bank on mobile devices.
2.A device status panel has been added to the UI near the Compass/Minimap. This panel displays device status information such as battery charge levels and connection status.
3.The messaging for damage dealt from each poison in Big Game Hunter now appears regardless of whether or not you skipped the cutscene
4.The amount of damage dealt by each poison is now explained in the message, and each poison has a different text colour.

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