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Escape From Tarkov Receives Technical Client Update on August 11, Patch Notes and more

Escape From Tarkov, the popular hardcore and realistic online first-person action RPG, rolled out a technical client update today, August 11. This update addresses issues caused by yesterday’s big update and wipe.

While the game continues uninterrupted, players might experience shortened raid times, down to 10 minutes, on servers receiving the update. The patch notes can be found below:

Escape From Tarkov August 11 Patch Notes

  • Fixed the lack of distant shadows on some locations.
  • Fixed an issue with some items locking the quest progression.
  • Fixed the lack of chromatic aberrations when using painkillers.
  • Fixed errors that occurred when selling all items to Fence after a Scav raid.
  • Fixed the incorrect bot pathing on Reserve.
  • Fixed an issue where in response to an aggression Zryachiy would heal first and only then shoot back.
  • Fixed an issue where bots would not attack players in specific conditions.
  • Fixed an issue where bot groups would become aggressive to everyone after the “leader” bot dies.
  • Fixed an issue where bot groups would not assist Kaban.
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