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Escape From Tarkov is about to receive new Flea Changes, AI Spawn Rates, Reduction in Weapon Recoil and more

Escape From Tarkov players can expect some exciting changes to the game, as Battlestate Games has recently revealed several updates to balance and improve the overall gameplay experience.

The official changes include an increase in the chance of hooded guys spawning, an increase in Reshala’s spawn chance, an increase in the minimum time required for player Scavs to spawn, a reduction in the initial enemy contact reaction speed of all bosses, and an adjustment to the bitcoin rate factor. These balancing changes aim to make the game more challenging and fair for all players.

Other changes include reducing the FLEA REP required for more item slots, returning the LEDX craft at the Medical Station, and reverting the Shooter Born quest distance to 100 meters. There is also an increase in the spawn rate of certain characters and a reduction in weapon recoil. These changes aim to level the playing field for all players and make the game more accessible and exciting.

Battlestate Games is dedicated to improving the Escape From Tarkov experience for players. The recent changes to the game indicate that the developer is listening to player feedback and is willing to make changes to address the community’s concerns.

Overall, the latest Escape From Tarkov changes is exciting news for players. We’ll continue to monitor any further updates on the game and provide any new information as it becomes available. Stay tuned for more updates on Escape From Tarkov.

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