Escape From Tarkov Arena will include Bosses as a “clean-up crew”

We all know that Escape From Tarkov, the popular realistic first-person shooter developed by Battlestate Games, is set to receive an exciting new addition, a team-based shooter component named Arena. The recent reveal during the TarkovTV podcast shared intriguing details about what to expect from this new game mode, including the presence of bosses, objectives, and intense team combat.

As the COO of Battlestate Games revealed, the video is connected to the Escape From Tarkov, which means that players may be able to Scav up in the upcoming standalone shooter but also stand against some of the most fierce opponents from the Tarkov universe. You can see the Chronicles of Ryzhy Season 2, Chapter 1 video below:

During a recent Escape From Tarkov broadcast, the Chronicles of Ryzhy storyline revealed a unique twist. Ryzhy, a character thrown into the Arena, faced off against trained operators. After getting shot, the cleanup crew was called in, and to everyone’s surprise, it was none other than the game’s bosses, Killa and Tagilla.

This exciting revelation indicates that the boss’s presence could be a significant feature of the upcoming Escape From Tarkov Arena. If there’s no clear winner in the arena, these powerful bosses may step in to resolve the remaining battlefield.

In addition to the presence of bosses, it was previously said that Escape From Tarkov’s Arena mode will introduce tactical team-based objectives that will differ from the core gameplay. Objectives will be the key to winning rounds rather than merely hunting down kills. Players must work together strategically to achieve these objectives and secure victory for their team.

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