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Escape From Tarkov Developers Are Giving Free In-Game Money to Fans

For those who may be unaware, the developer of Escape from Tarkov, BattleState Games, hosted an event on Twitch that allowed viewers to receive free drops for watching streams of people who were playing the game and participating in the event. Before the event, the game was doing well on Twitch, but afterward, Escape from Tarkov exploded in popularity both on Twitch and in the actual player base of the game.

However, that incredible boost in the player base might have been a bit too swift for the Escape from Tarkov development team. Over the past few days, the game has experienced some pretty crippling server issues. While the developers were able to remedy the situation eventually, many players expressed their frustrations openly. Now, BattleState Games is giving players 1 million in-game roubles as an apology to those who were affected. In addition, our site has a large quantity of safe Escape from Tarkov Euros For Sale.

The trouble stems from the high-stakes nature of Tarkov gameplay. Before entering a gameplay session with their main character, players gear up from their own personal stockpile of weapons and gear. If they die during that session, all their equipment can be looted by other players in the game. Things play out similarly if the game crashes. Even with in-fiction insurance, there’s no guarantee you’ll get your loot back when the game crashes.

Fans of Escape From Tarkov can locate their 1 million in-game rouble gift from BattleState Games in a letter with compensation, which is stored in the game mail for 48 hours from the moment they log in to the game. While offering the in-game rewards, the developers took to Twitter to say, “we want to assure you that we are working tirelessly to improve the server situation, although it is not always up to us to fix it. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.” Although many players are frustrated by the server instability, BattleState Games is doing a good job in compensating their fan base during the programming struggle.