Peacekeeper Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Wet Job – Part 1” Quest Guide

Wet Job – Part 1 is a quest in Escape From Tarkov. The quest is given by Peacekeeper after completing Spa Tour – Part 7.

Escape From Tarkov Wet Job – Part 1 Quest Details

Wet Job – Part 1 quest image

Quest Dialogue

Hello, my friend, glad to see you. It’s great you’re still alive, ha-ha. As you can see, my people and I have assimilated on Shoreline, and we also communicate with our partners and customers from here. We’ve managed to re-purpose the local meteorological equipment to transmit signals. Scavs, however, — and not only them — always try to destroy or damage our antennas. We routinely deal with communication problems, even had to install surveillance cameras. However, it’s common knowledge that those vandal gangs only understand violence. Your task today is what you do best. Explain to them that the weather station and the entire Shoreline is not the best place to damage the Blue Helmets’ property.


  • Eliminate 10 Scavs while using a suppressed M4A1 or ADAR on Shoreline


  • +11,400 XP
  • +0.04 reputation with Peacekeeper
  • ~1200 Dollars
  • 2x WI-FI Camera

Rewards Dialogue

Great job, mister. The Scav attacks have suddenly stopped. Looks like they understand what they did wrong.


The quest asks you to eliminate 10 Scavs on Shoreline by using a suppressed M4A1 or ADAR on Shoreline. If you do not tend to go through the Resort and just eliminate the Scavs, then you can go for a budget M4 with just a suppressor and a scope on it. Buying the M4A1 or ADAR on the FLEA MARKET could be a lot cheaper, just pay attention to the weapon’s durability. The only extra thing we can provide about this quest is the Scav Spawns on Shoreline.

Scav Spawns on Shoreline

Scav Spawns on Shoreline Highlighted

The quest leads to Wet Job – Part 2.

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