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Escape From Tarkov Introduces new ‘Rusty Blooded Key’

In the ever-evolving world of Escape From Tarkov, players are constantly on the lookout for unique items that enrich their gameplay and add a layer of mystery and intrigue. The latest addition to the game, the Rusty Blooded Key, appears to be just that.

The key’s design and description immediately remind one of the popular horror franchise Silent Hill. Given the game’s history of referencing popular culture, it wouldn’t be too far-fetched to suggest that this is a deliberate nod to the iconic horror series.

A recent tweet from @LogicalSolutions gave us an early glimpse of the kind of loot players can expect from using this key. Though the tweet showcases an offline raid, the loot seems substantial, potentially offering similar rewards during online gameplay.

For those eager to explore this mysterious room, the Rusty Blooded Key can be procured via an Intel Scav Case. Upon closer examination, the room unlocked by the Rusty Blooded Key might be the same as the one used for “The Door” task. This provides further evidence of the depth and interconnectedness of Escape From Tarkov‘s game design.

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