"Escape From Tarkov" is getting a new update on June 30, according to game developer Battlestate Games.
The new "Escape From Tarkov" update, patch 0.12.11, is said to disable the secure containers and remove vendors offering their wares for almost nothing.
Escape From Tarkov New Patch
If the secure containers get disabled, the players will no longer keep their valuable items between runs anymore.
Also, players will have an easier time trying out items that they could not get because of vendors charging the items for much less.
The two features are connected to the game's upcoming update, encouraging the players to try new things and let go of their gear that will soon be deleted, according to AFKGaming.
"Escape From Tarkov" charts the player's progression through their inventories. The more advanced gear a player owns, the further along they are in the game, according to GameSpot.
When inventories in the game are removed, it will be difficult to know how much progress was made because it will look like everyone is on the same level already and everyone has the same equipment.
"Escape From Tarkov" issues two wipes every year, and the wipe scheduled for June 30 is the first one of 2021. The last wipe for the video game was released in December 2020.
The patch installation is ongoing right now. Also, more content is on the way for the game. It is getting a new area called Streets of Tarkov, first announced at the Summer Game Fest.
Streets of Tarkov will be added to the game as part of its 0.13 update, but game developer BattleState Games has not shared additional information about it, according to NME.
What is Escape From Tarkov About?
'Escape From Tarkov' is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Battlestate Games or Windows. It was first made available to select users in 2016, and it was released worldwide in 2017.
The video game is set in the fictional region called Norvinsk, where a war is taking place between the United Security and the Battle Encounter Assault Regiment.
Players join matches called raids in which they fight other players to survive and escape. If the player dies in the game, they can lose their items.
Battlestate Games described the game as a realistic and hardcore first-person shooter and survival video game inspired by other multiplayer online games.
The video game has several modes that players can choose from, like online PMC raids, Scav raids, and a temporary offline mode. In these raids, players can choose to play alone or join a group.
Once in-game, the players are given an extraction point on the other side of the game map, and they must fight against other players and non-player characters in order to complete the level and escape.
Also, players are given a chance to use optional extraction points near the middle of the game map. Players need to meet various requirements like paying roubles, having certain items equipped on their characters, and not having a backpack.
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Written by Sophie Webster