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New ARRS Escape From Tarkov event teased, what’s going to happen now?

Update: Battlestate Games has revealed the following:

For successfully completing the full quest chain of this in-game event, players will receive several rewards, including a unique in-game item that will be available for display at the Hall of Fame in the Hideout and player profile. The item will be retained throughout wipes.…

Battlestate Games has just teased the fans with a new Escape From Tarkov event that could be huge. Players are given a new ARRS login to learn more about what’s coming next. Even though I believe there’s still some time until they develop this story, players are given the chance to see how everything’s done.

For those who are unaware, you can visit the so-called console at ARRS.host. We have just started combing through the available options for this user, and this is what we found:

[ sec_officer12@arrs.host : ~ ] # file archive_chatlog_{24.04}.txt
[07:25] K: I see youre logged in.
[07:25] Sec_Officer12(you): Yes, Ive been told to contact you ASAP.
[07:25] K: I have a job for you.
[07:25] Sec_Officer12(you): Deets?
[07:25] K: Talk later, got a problem.
 
[ sec_officer12@arrs.host : ~ ] #

As for the Tweet itself, you can find the teaser below:

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