Escape From Tarkov Winter Holiday Sale 2022 is now Live

25% Cheaper EFT copies on the loose.

In the eyes of the upcoming holidays and New Year, Battlestate Games has decided to host a Winter Holiday Sale for its realistic first-person shooter, Escape From Tarkov. Escape From Tarkov has grown quite a lot over the past, and it’s becoming a more and more eligible purchase if you’re into these kinds of video game genres. The promotion will last until January 5, so if you’re curious about Tarkov, follow our verdict and buy it.

All versions have a raw discount of 25%, so should you consider the most expensive one, go for it. Having a cheaper and more costly Escape From Tarkov edition differentiates from the starting gear and, most importantly, the secure container. The EoD version contains the largest secure container, which allows you to carry and store valuable items without being lost upon death. If you’re planning on a long Escape From Tarkov journey, I strongly advise you to go for the expensive version. You won’t regret it.

  • Standard Edition – 25% discount
  • Left Behind Edition – 25% discount
  • Prepare for Escape Edition – 25% discount
  • Edge of Darkness Limited Edition – 25% discount

As a celebration of the offer going live, the developer has posted the following on Twitter.

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