We have the first legit Kappa acquisition in Escape From Tarkov

Both Viibiin and Binoia can now finally enjoy playing Tarkov and indulge in some pvp action.

The long grind is finally donezo. Streamer “Binoia” got the last and most wanted piece of the grind in Escape From Tarkov. That is the Secure Kappa Container, one of the most valuable items in the game. After countless Woods runs in search of Shturman, streamer Viibiin has achieved the same today, joining him on the podium.

Previously, there was a minor anomaly covered by some content creators, claiming that the world-first Kappa had been achieved by an unknown player who didn’t broadcast a single portion of his run. Due to the loose integrity, it was strongly criticized by the whole community, removing the world-first title from the perpetrator.

Streamers who got Secure Kappa Container

Apparently, plenty of quests have been added as a requirement before getting the Collector quest, and as time goes by, the list of quests is likely to grow. Escape From Tarkov’s latest 0.13 update has been amazing so far. Being driven by one very same objective, the Secure Kappa Container is the most desired item in the game, especially for those that have never gotten it before. This container has 12 slots, three more than the Edge of Darkness’ Gamma container, and it whirls the hottest topics during each Tarkov wipe.

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