Escape From Tarkov: Raiders Retreating From Factory, Tagilla Ready to Return

The ineffective search of Tagilla makes Raiders give up on their main objective and retreat.

During this weekend, Escape From Tarkov had an event in which Raiders have had the leading role. After two days of combating them on Factory, a new leaked message proves that the raiders are willing to retreat simply because they cannot find their “target” which relates to Tagilla. This likely means that the Raiders will withdraw from Factory, and Tagilla will return to its origins.

This recycles everything back to normal. But, let’s see the possible scenarios here. Since the Raider invasion on Factory, Tagilla went to his brother Killa on Interchange. Both of them were roaming the mall, while Raiders were all over Factory in the frantic search of Tagilla. Could this indicate Tagilla bringing back his brother Killa to sweep the Factory location and ensure their safety?

Now that they are going back to their “Central Base of Operations,” everything is expected to return back to normal. However, if they come to Factory together, things will be dire for all the PMCs. Below you can find the leaked conversation between The Base of Operations and the ones on duty in the Chemical Plant.

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