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Escape From Tarkov’s Latest Event Opens Labs to Everyone

Escape From Tarkov received a new event, which has opened Labs to everyone. It’s about to go down. As always, this map is where the PvPers thrive, aside from the recent release of Arena. Those who haven’t received an invite can go and check their strength inside the Labs until they get access to Arena.

The letter for the start of the event was announced by Escape from Tarkov on Twitter, saying:

According to data received from anonymous sources, an entrance to an unknown utility structure was discovered with the help of a probe, confirming the presence of the ‘Terragroup’ international corporation. Right now, fierce battles between gangster groups for control over this object are ongoing in the city. Among the criminal world, there’s information being spread that a system of security already existed and access to it was open. As the ‘Terragroup’ corporation reported, suspicions about the involvement in illegal activities in the Norvinsk region, as well as provocations throughout Tarkov, and also representatives of the corporation in Russia.

With the recent release of Arena, most of the streamers are avoiding this event and are just chilling on Arena.

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