Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Escape From Tarkov Gets Technical Update, December 28 Patch Notes

Battlestate Games has installed a new Technical Update for Escape From Tarkov on December 28. This update fixes some issues related to the new taxi service on Streets of Tarkov but also fixes the armor plate and durability points in the item inspector.

There are more changes included in the patch, which is good for the community. For the full list of patch notes, check below.

Escape From Tarkov December 28 Technical Update

We have installed a technical update. The raid time on servers undergoing the updates may be reduced to 10 minutes. Please download the update via the launcher. List of changes:

  • Fixed the incorrect model behavior of players who lost connection to the server while riding the BTR.
  • Fixed the incorrect rounding of armor plate and integrated armor durability points in the item inspector.
  • Fixed the incorrect camera behavior while aiming in a leaning position.
  • Fixed the incorrect animation of shoulder transition while aiming.
  • Fixed an issue that in some cases caused the player to be teleported back while vaulting.
  • Fixed the inability to close the in-raid armor modding window in some cases.
  • Fixed the inability to complete subtasks for some quests.
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