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Battlestate Games Announces TarkovTV Podcast on July 19, Wipe Inc?

The next episode of the popular TarkovTV podcast, hosted by none other than the masterminds at Battlestate Games themselves, has been officially announced for July 19. The stakes seem higher than ever as the community braces for potentially game-changing updates for Escape From Tarkov and its much-anticipated successor, Tarkov Arena.

TarkovTV’s upcoming podcast has been slated for July 19 at 5:30 PM BST (12:30 PM EDT). Dedicated fans can catch the broadcast live on Battlestate Games’ official Twitch channel. This episode promises an inside look at the team’s current work and plans, offering the fans a rare behind-the-scenes glance into the world of their beloved survival game universe.

Could there be a wipe announced?

A wipe in Escape From Tarkov signifies a total reset of the players’ in-game progress, including their characters, inventories, and hideouts. While anxiety-inducing for some, this reset breathes a fresh lease of life into the gameplay dynamics and keeps the competition fierce and fair. So, will the rumors turn out to be true? We can only wait and watch.

Additionally, the podcast is expected to shed more light on Escape From Tarkov Arena, Battlestate Games’ upcoming tactical team-based first-person shooter. The game is set to take the hardcore shooter genre to unprecedented heights.

Battlestate Games has an excellent track record of delivering high-quality content with their podcasts, often revealing new features, discussing game dynamics, and interacting with the community. This upcoming TarkovTV episode promises to be no different, with the potential for significant revelations and surprises that could significantly impact the Escape From Tarkov universe.

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