MORE Escape From Tarkov Arena Invitations Being Sent Out

Check Your Emails and Launcher Now!

Attention all EFT players! Battlestate Games continues to roll out exclusive invitations for the much-awaited closed beta testing of Escape from Tarkov: Arena.

Closed beta testing is a critical phase in game development. It offers players a unique opportunity to explore new features, test gameplay, and contribute to the game’s polishing process before its full release. But we’re talking about Battlestate Games, a developer that has maintained EFT for a long time and is labeled as BETA, and we all know how the game works better than some other established titles in the market.

Invitations are being sent out intermittently, so keeping a vigilant eye is essential. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Check Your Email: The email linked to your Battlestate Games account is your primary source for the invitation. Look out for an email from Battlestate Games and check your spam folder, just in case.
  • BSG Launcher Updates: Regularly open your BSG Launcher. The launcher may have notifications or download options for those selected for the beta test.

New batches of invitations are being sent out periodically, so don’t lose hope if you haven’t received yours yet.

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