Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Escape From Tarkov Patch Notes Revealed

The server maintenance for Escape From Tarkov update has already started, as Battlestate Games has revealed the patch notes. This update focuses on the game’s integrity and core issues rather than adding new content. Either way, we’re believers and hope to get Lightkeeper in today’s patch rather than waiting until the next wipe cycle.

These types of issues are being addressed in almost every major patch. Close-quarter combats may no longer be that annoying, especially when fighting against players with a bad connection. This update also fixes USEC – SCAV behavior, which I honestly don’t think it was a bug, but instead a message by the developer. Below you can find the complete patch notes.

Escape From Tarkov Update Patch Notes

  • Reduced network packet processing latency between client and server
  • Improved network stability during close-quarters gunfights
  • Fixed the instances where some shots may’ve not registered when burst firing at close ranges
  • Fixed a situation where a player with a poor network connection could suddenly appear from around the corner.
  • Also, we’ve fixed the incorrect Scav behavior when engaging USEC PMCs.

That’s about it, if anything new resurfaces, we’ll post it here.

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