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Escape From Tarkov Welcomes Santa Clause, the Game’s Jolly Juicer

As the snow settles over the battlefields of Escape From Tarkov, a new, unexpected figure makes his way through the war-torn landscape, Santa Clause, affectionately termed by me as the Juicer. With the game’s latest patch, the developers have infused a dose of festive spirit into this high-tension survival shooter, bringing a Christmas event that the community has eagerly anticipated.

In the Russian tradition, Santa Clause is known as Ded Moroz, which is synonymous with winter festivities. In Escape From Tarkov, his presence introduces a unique dynamic to the gameplay. Unlike the usual high-risk encounters, spotting Santa Clause on your journey across the maps (except for the Factory) brings a moment of joy and potential reward. With what seems to be a 100% spawn rate, players are always on the lookout for this festive figure.

Santa Clause in Escape From Tarkov isn’t just a bearer of gifts. He represents a rare social interaction in a game otherwise known for its ruthless PvP and PvE confrontations. Players can expect Santa to show up unannounced, bringing the possibility of needed items. It’s like having a delivery man who could pop up at any moment, turning a regular looting run into a potentially lucrative endeavor.

Santa’s non-hostile nature offers a brief respite from the constant tension in a game where trust is rare and alliances are fragile. He adds depth to the game’s social dynamics, making each encounter with him a memorable event.

Back at the hideout, players can indulge in their festive side by decorating their personal Christmas tree. This addition enhances the holiday atmosphere and serves as a private space for players to take a break from Tarkov’s relentless action.

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Angel Kicevski

I am ANGE1K. I started playing video games a long time ago. In a blink of an eye, I became a hardcore gamer. A couple of years later, I traversed to the professional Counter-Strike 1.6 scene. After the competitive ERA, I managed to find the gaming industry amusing and started working on FGR. 8 years after founding FGR, my mission remains the same. That is to discover secrets within the gaming industry, create guides for all the games I play, and provide you with some important news. Oh, yeah, I post tons of patch notes too. At the time, I play everything that seems reasonable to play, make content about it and help gamers to the best of my abilities. P.S. Last time I counted how many hours I've spent in video games turned out to be 13+ years. And that was a long time ago too. Almost 24/7 in front of PC. If you need anything, feel free to contact me on X!

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