Escape from Tarkov: New Event Shaped by Player Feedback
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Escape from Tarkov: New Event Shaped by Player Feedback

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Battlestate Games has kicked off a thrilling new event in Escape from Tarkov, and it's all thanks to the valuable feedback they received from the community on social media platforms.

Recently, on Twitter, Battlestate Games announced their latest experiment. They decided to remove the "Found in Raid" requirement for placing offers on the Flea Market for PvP and PvE modes. This bold move aims to enhance player experience and engagement. The developers will closely monitor player feedback during the event and make additional balancing adjustments if necessary.


In the latest game changes, Battlestate Games has made several exciting adjustments based on player feedback. Loot balancing has been tweaked, rare loot spawns have been increased in specific areas, and inertia strength has been adjusted. They have also raised the overweight limit, enabling players to carry more loot without penalties. Scav spawns on Interchange have been boosted to facilitate certain tasks, and the Flea Market mechanics have been altered to give players more selling slots. As a cherry on top, The Lab is now accessible for free, eliminating the need for a Labs Keycard to enter this intense map.

Players have responded positively to these changes on social media channels, acknowledging the positive impact they have on gameplay. Many believe that these adjustments should be the norm rather than just a limited-time event offering.


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