Escape from Tarkov Closed Beta To Launch Next Month, Features Detailed

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Escape from Tarkov will soon enter its official closed beta phase, developer Battlestate confirmed today.

The closed beta, which will be available to all those who pre-order the game, will be available starting next month and it will include a variety of new features, mechanics, and content. The full list of features can be found below.

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New Gameplay Features in the Closed Beta:

Insurance – For a small amount of in game currency, players can insure weapons and equipment, increasing the chance of retaining it

Loot and Economy – The CBT will feature a new Merchant, new barter loot, medicines and additional useful items for players to buy, sell and trade. Economic balancing means items will be made available in marketplaces for barter and in loot drops based on their popularity and rarity within the economics system

Weapons – New weapon customization parts and ammunition types, along with the addition of the modern-classic MP5 submachine gun will offer players even more customizations in the game that prides itself on making thousands of weapon combos and upgrades possible

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Locations – There will be a total of four locations available to play- Customs, Woods, Factory and Shoreline – all with different sizes and terrains. The Shoreline location will be newest and biggest map addition to the CBT.

General Chat – Chat channels will be available to all players online in the game, allowing players to share useful information and group up for raids.

In case you missed it, you can check out one of the latest trailers released for the game, below.

Escape from Tarkov will launch on a yet to be confirmed release date on PC. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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