Have you ever wanted to play with your friends in Escape From Tarkov? Not that anyone has prevented you from doing that, but now there will be a more subtle version of co-op, in which you can plan your collective actions before jumping in a live raid. Exactly, OFFLINE CO-OP will finally become available in Escape From Tarkov and will allow players to team up, experiment, test favorite weapons, have a fight against each other, or just agree to callouts of specific locations.
On Thursday, Nikita, Battlestate Games COO, revealed that offline co-op mode is becoming available in Escape From Tarkov. This will most likely be concluded with the installment of the next major patch, which should also bring a wipe to the table. At this moment, this game mode is solely available for single-players only, and the option to invite others is missing.
There’s another catchy perspective to this. Initially, this game mode will be strictly available to owners of the EOD edition of the game. However, it will not be permanently locked to, as Nikita also confirmed that despite its initial idea, the offline co-op version might become available for everyone, including owners of other cheaper EFT editions. Sooner or later, the EOD edition will be removed, so if you’re eager to experience this mode from the get-go, you will need to buy it before the EOD removal.
Escape From Tarkov Offline Co-Op Mode Description
In this mode, you can practice offline on your own, or immerse yourself in an online cooperative game with friends without the risk of meeting other players. You can use this mode to explore locations, test your weapons, and do other activities before going into an actual fight against live opponents.
All game mechanics in the co-op mode (weather, bots, Bosses, etc.) are identical to the online mechanics.
The announcement for the co-op mode can be found below:
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