The Lightkeeper is officially active and we finally saw it in-game thanks to Trey24k

The Lighthouse has been breached thanks to Trey24k.

We know that the Lightkeeper has made it to Escape From Tarkov, but with the fresh wipe, no one has reached him in-game. Today, a known Escape From Tarkov streamer, Trey24k, has crossed to the Lighthouse thanks to a new item added to the game, which grants you a safe and secure passage. Well, now we know that getting to the Lighthouse is easy, and the only hard part is completing all the tasks and obstacles set by the Lightkeeper himself.

The Lightkeeper has a whole dialogue, should you choose the listen to every line of his. It is very entertaining, as it is the first scenario of such caliber in Escape From Tarkov. The point of the Lightkeeper is to teach players why Tarkov matters, and why no one can escape it. It doesn’t babble a lot, so hearing the dialogue lines could be beneficial if you get here.

Note: the special item to get there is given to players after failing the B******* quest given by Skier, which is a bit weird.

Below you can see Trey24k getting to the Lightkeeper.

At this time, you cannot buy anything from him, but getting to him will eventually give you a new task that will propel you to the ability to purchase new stuff from him. In the end, Trey24k decided to kill Zryachiy, which didn’t go as planned and got one-tapped by the boss himself.

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