Escape From Tarkov Arena players are getting extra 10 million roubles as a gift

Is there a wipe coming maybe?

Well, critics have done their job as Battlestate Games finds a way to satisfy all of those who have been struggling to get a chance to play with their favorite loadout in Escape From Tarkov Arena. After the unlocking of the trees, a new event is promising to give players a bunch of roubles, more precisely 10 million of them.

Is there a wipe coming soon? Well, it could be said that recent events are an indicator to it, especially since the developer revealed that players will be able to bring their PMCs from the ordinary game to Arena and play with them in Q1 of 2024.

Like it wasn’t enough to see every card opened and available to all players, but also the extra roubles will allow players to get their favorite loadout and run it for multiple times before they go bankrupt. It was about time to see this happening, as I have said multiple times in the past, Arena did not offer a competitive edge at all, since it was grindy just as the ordinary Escape From Tarkov is.

Being a competitive counterpart, this is an excellent way to deal with the issue and allow the players to enjoy the game once again. Battlestate Games is finally doing something to allow players to play their favorite loadout in a (what appears to be a) competitive shooter, at least now.

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