Escape From Tarkov Pre-Wipe Events Have Officially Begun

It's raining drops, hallelujah.

Escape From Tarkov’s Pre-Wipe event has officially begun. If you have been away from Escape From Tarkov, there is something new that will surprise you sooner or later. Recently, Battlestate Games posted an image of radar on which plenty of airplanes are picked up, to an extent where it seems the radar itself is faulty. An image that sounds the new pew-wipe event in Escape From Tarkov.

The event is straightforward and can be noticed in a raid. Better said, it cannot be missed. It involves multiple supply planes flying over the designated zone, with all of them dropping a supply crate. Apparently, up to 6 planes at a time can be present within the AO, which makes it super fun and exciting. Oh, I almost forgot, your eardrums can be severed, so be careful of that.

How long will this event last? Since we’re talking about a pre-wipe event, they usually take numerous days before they meet an ending point, hence the wipe. Throughout the Escape From Tarkov history, pre-wipe events have generally lasted for around a week, but this time we’ll likely see them ending sooner than later. As per BSG’s book, the best day for a wipe is Thursday, which is just three days from the time of this writing.

If we were to guess, tomorrow should be a slightly different event, and the next day could potentially lower the prices, which have been the signature and closing pre-wipe event. That is, of course, if the wipe occurs on Thursday. Until then, we’ll have to wait and see.

Are you excited about this one? It was finally time to start fresh and put ourselves in the trenches once again.

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