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BSG Commits to Live Escape From Tarkov Events During a Fresh Wipe

How the tables have turned. It seems that Battlestate Games have listened to the whole Escape From Tarkov community during the pre-wipe events. A month after a wipe, it seems that the developer has decided to make new events to make the game more interesting. Everyone loved the last series of events, which made players jump back into the game and have fun.

In a message posted earlier today on the official Battlestate Games Twitter Profile, the company revealed a message in which the Norvinsk Meteo Station reports scorching weather in the Norvinsk Area, which will be around 36C degrees.

The temperature will stay the same during the nighttime, which is a relief for those who don’t want to play during bad or rainy weather. This also means that night visions won’t be a demand because the clear sky and moon will shine just enough for players to navigate around the map and spot enemies.

Since this is the first event of this caliber, expect to see more in the near future. These types of events usually do not require a client update, which may give Battlestate Games an upper hand in dictating future events without having an excessive bother. These types of scenarios excite the community quite a lot, despite the fact that most of them are discouraged from cheaters and faulty netcode (per the Twitter responses).

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