Mechanic Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Saving the Mole” Quest Guide

This is a new quest to Escape From Tarkov, where players are greeted with a new message and a deployment to the new Ground Zero map. The guide for the quest can be found below.

Escape From Tarkov Saving the Mole Quest and Guide

Hello, mercenary. I’m Mechanic. I was told you wanted to meet me. We could arrange that, but there’s a matter to be settled first.

Terragroup sent a USEC task force after one of their employees. He was accused of leaking information and they wanted him removed. I don’t know if they succeed or not, which is why you need to investigate this. Check the TerraGroup complex in the city center, look for traces of both the squad and the employee. I used to work with him, so I’m interested in what eventually happened. He almost always carried a drive with his important data on it, so if you find it, bring it to me.


  • Locate the USEC PMC group at the parking lot of the TerraGroup complex on Ground Zero
  • Locate Lab scientist on Ground Zero.
  • Access the scientist’s office
  • Locate and obtain the scientist’s hard drive


Below, there’s a video covering all of the objectives and the acquisition of the hard drive. Keep in mind that it can have random spawns in that room.

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