Escape From Tarkov’s Edge of Darkness Edition About to Disappear from the Store!

Last chance to buy it before it goes "poof".

Escape From Tarkov’s Edge of Darkness Edition will no longer be available in the store, precisely 3 hours from the time of this writing. The Edge of Darkness (EoD) Limited Edition of the game offers benefits, including free access to consecutive DLCs, such as the type of EFT Arena. But all good things end, and as per Battlestate Games, the clock is ticking on this exclusive offer.

Located on the official Escape from Tarkov website is a timer, a herald of the impending closure of this offer. Only three hours are left before the EoD version becomes a part of history, never to be purchased again. This urgency adds a thrilling dimension to the decision-making process for players sitting on the fence about acquiring this edition.

So, if you’re interested in purchasing it, we strongly advise you to do so as soon as possible. You have 3 hours left. The EoD edition offers:

  • Free access to Escape from Tarkov: Arena
  • Guaranteed instant access to closed beta
  • Digital copy pre-load
  • Huge size of stash (10×68)
  • Additional equipment and resources in stash:
  • Initially good standing with all in-game traders
  • Unique in-game ID
  • Free access to all subsequent DLCs (Season pass)

Well, what are you waiting for? As I have said multiple times in the past, Escape From Tarkov is the only game that will give you thousands of hours filled with entertainment, more than any other AAA game on the market. Trust me on this one. If you’re wiling to go past the learning curve, then you are in for a lot of fun.

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