Battlestate Games announces Escape from Tarkov fiction books’ series

After publishing it to the Russian public, Battlestar Games will move to releasing their Fiction book’s series to the people across the world. For what we know so far, is that the first book titled “the Predator”, authored by Alexander Kontorovich, which has been published only in Russia will be also published across the world.

For what we know, the book tells the story of a regular system administrator who challenged the dangerous world of Tarkov and became a part of it.

As the Battlestate Games COO, Nikita Buyanov has claimed, the first book is mostly about Scavs. The fiction books’ has set a goal of becoming a series of a large number of book releases which are also going to introduce the players what Escape from Tarkov is all about.

The release of the first book will be released somewhere around March or April 2018, while many others are scheduled to be released as well. I am honestly scared where all of this is heading, as I am scared of the severe enormity the game will offer. It is about life and death in Escape from Tarkov already, and players seem to love it.

It is another definition of a dangerous game. If you’re not up to the challenge, just leave it be.

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