Escape from Tarkov is a multiplayer first-person shooter role-playing video game in development by Battlestate Games for Windows. A closed alpha test of the game was first made available to select users on August 4, 2016, followed by a closed beta which has been running since July 2017.
Escape from Tarkov Install-Game:
The developers of Escape from Tarkov refer to the game as a realistic and hardcore first-person shooter role-playing video game that borrows elements from massively multiplayer online games. In its current state, Escape from Tarkov incorporates several modes for the players to play: online PMC raids, Scav (short for “scavenger”) raids, and a temporary offline mode. In these raids, players can choose to play solo or in groups and spawn on one side of a variety of maps to choose from in the game. Once in-game, the players are given an extraction point on the other side of the map, and must fight against other players and non-player characters to reach that point in order to escape. Resident Evil 3
When players die in a raid, they lose everything, including loot and the equipment they brought into the raid. Players can insure weapons and equipment they brought in which enables that gear to be returned to them if not taken by other players. In scavenger raids, players are given a random set of equipment, instead of items from their personal stash, and enter a raid that is already in progress in a random location. If a player dies as a scavenger, there is a cooldown timer until the mode becomes available again for the player. Each raid lasts between 15 and 45 minutes depending on the map, and may contain up to 14 players.
Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Intel Core i3
- Graphics Card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 650