Mechanic Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Surveillance” Quest Guide

Surveillance is a quest in Escape From Tarkov given by Mechanic.

Surveillance Quest Details

Quest Dialogue

Hello, friend… You know, I wasn’t always alone. Loneliness does not bother me, of course, especially since I have a neural net. If I want to talk to someone really intelligent… Still, lately it’s been weighing on me to think about my relatives. My brother and his wife and kids – will you look them up? The Samoylovs, they lived in Concordia. My brother drove a very recognizable car with a tiger aerography… it might be easier to find them through his car.


  • Obtain the data on vehicle movement at the Concordia residential complex parking lot on Streets of Tarkov
  • Survive and extract from the location


  • +22800 XP
  • +0.02 reputation with Mechanic
  • ~130,000 Roubles
  • 1x Military power filter


The quest asks us to head to the Concordia residential complex and find an item in the parking lot. This quest is locked behind a door, which means you will need a key to unlock it. The key required is named “Concordia security room key“. Once you get inside the room, make sure you pick up the item (multiple spawns: table, pizza box, etc.)

Concordia underground parking

Concordia parking security room


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