Battlestate Games teases new Tarkov Arena map

Battlestate Games, the developer behind Tarkov Arena has teased a new map coming to the team-based multiplayer shooter. It seems that the map is called Block, and judging by its surroundings, it appears that this Arena is set in the area of Streets of Tarkov, which is the biggest map in the ordinary game.

The tease came through X/Twitter, where Battlestate Games posted a couple of images of the upcoming map. You can find the post below:

Well, EFT’s tactical team-based multiplayer counterpart seems to be growing, and with all the recent additions and changes to the game, it is obvious that the developer wants to make it as competitive as possible.

The game has been on the rise for the past couple of months, but we’re still waiting for the PMC link feature, which was claimed to be available in Q1 of 2024. I think that we’re still going to wait a bit more until we get this working.

For those who are into Escape From Tarkov Arena, how has been the game going so far? Let me know in the comments below! I’m going to be honest, I haven’t played it in a month or so, but my friends said that now everything is more affordable, which kind of wants me to jump back in.

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