The sixth event in Escape From Tarkov finally reaches down to the long-awaited discounts, which is one of the closing events of every pre-wipe season. After the annoying couple of days without being able to buy anything, we’ll get to go all in and enjoy for at least a couple of days before the wipe comes through. A decisive, yet victorious moment is upon us.
One thing’s sure, however. Judging by Escape From Tarkov’s history, when a pre-wipe session comes to a huge discount event, the wipe usually concludes in the following two days, which in this case echoes to Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday doesn’t have to always be the deliverance day. However, we’ll have to wait and see what happens next.
There’s a rumor that started spreading recently. Based on the statements given by Battlestate Games throughout this year and Escape From Tarkov Arena being laboring its ways toward the closed beta, the next wipe cycle might result in removing the Early Access tag from the core game. This would indirectly result in removing the EoD edition from the store, which means those who do not have it purchased will have to buy every DLC separately.
Keep in mind that this event might not be the last event. Those with low trader loyalty do not have the same offers as those with high loyalty trader levels. This favors those who have grinded the game, while it leaves the newcomers vulnerable to high-geared chads. Judging by this, there could be one more event coming soon, with max traders accessible to everyone.
The announcement for the start of this event was published on Escape From Tarkov’s official Twitter profile.
— Escape from Tarkov (@tarkov) June 27, 2022
In the meantime, the previous events are still active. This refers to the bosses on Customs, the free Labs access, without the annoying Barter trading event. Therefore, we’ll get to play Customs more effectively now, without being drawn to lower-quality ammunition based on our in-game stock. It is time, and Escape From Tarkov’s wipe is just around the corner.