Battlestate Games will host another Escape From Tarkov “Dev Blog #11” today – Twitch Drops Will Be Enabled

Battlestate Games, the renowned developer behind Escape From Tarkov, has just notified their official Twitter profile that they will host a brand new Escape From Tarkov dev blog for a complete total of 11. The 11th Escape From Tarkov dev blog will take place on Twitch, starting from 6 PM GMT / 10 AM PST, and will contain essential information on Escape From Tarkov’s current and future timeline.

The livestream can be also watched below:

Escape From Tarkov is heading in the right direction. Recently, BSG has also added an ETS (Early Test Servers) that will allow players to test the staging client’s integrity before any changes are pushed to the live servers. That’s one of the reasons why Battlestate Games wants to develop a unique, realistic, smooth, and, most importantly, playable gameplay experience.

In general, Streets of Tarkov is one of the most exciting additions for which everyone’s eager to see it coming sooner than later. The map has been delayed for quite a long time, but knowing its planned capacity, Streets of Tarkov may still be distant and not arrive any time soon. As it was noted, during the broadcast, Nikita, the CEO of Battlestate Games together with the guests in the show, will discuss the latest news of the project. Ideas and suggestions will also take place. Players will get the opportunity to ask their favorite questions in Twitch chat and hopefully get Nikita’s attention.

Twitch Drops will be enabled during the Livestream

Last but not least, your most favorite part of the stream. Battlestate Games will enable Twitch drops, so everyone who has linked his EFT account with his Twitch account will be eligible to acquire some of the free drops through the in-game mail system.

What do you expect to hear during today’s Livestream?

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