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Escape From Tarkov Increases “Not Found In Raid” Stim Drop Limit

Battlestate Games mildens the Anti-RMT measures.

Battlestate Games, the developer behind Escape From Tarkov, has decided to loosen up the tension inflicted by the new ANTI-RMT rules. These rules prevented players from dropping high-value items that were not found in raids, especially those that have propelled and endured the black market by far, such as the Labs key cards. Battlestate Games also limited the drops of stimulants and other less expensive items.

The reason behind these actions was simple: to eradicate or stop the black market trading, preventing individuals from selling in-game items for real money. Recently, Battlestate Games realized that the original limitations were too strict and decided to loosen the tie, giving the players a breathing room and the ability to help their friends easier.

Recently, the developer of Escape From Tarkov decided to allow players to drop two stimulants per raid instead of the previous one. This means players can now drop two stimulants at most, except if their FIR status is valid. Now, two pieces of the following injectors can be dropped in raid:

  • 3-(b-TG) Stimulant Injector
  • Adrenaline Injector
  • AHF1-M Stimulant Injector
  • P22 Stimulant Injector
  • Propital Regenerative Stimulant Injector
  • M.U.L.E. Stimulant Injector
  • L1 (Norepinephrine) Injector
  • Meldonin Injector
  • Zagustin Injector
  • Obdolbos Cocktail Injector
  • SJ1 LGLabs Combat Stimulant Injector
  • SJ6-TGLabs Combat Stimulant Injector
  • SJ9 TGLabs Combat Stimulant Injector
  • xTG-12 Antidote Injector
  • eTG-Change Regenerative Stimulant Injector
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