The NPC enemies in Battlestate Games' Escape from Tarkov have been carefully crafted through years of its development. Please make no mistake: Tarkov's AI citizens are not to be underestimated, whether the Factory-dwelling powerhouse Tagilla or the laser-accurate Rogues on Lighthouse.
They are not the most significant threat you will face in Escape from Tarkov. The real threat to this game is not the bot but the other player. It can be pretty challenging to survive encounters with other gamers, but you have a higher chance of surviving if you follow these tips.
The outcome of numerous PVP encounters is decided before the first shot is fired. Knowing how to get an advantage over other gamers while also avoiding being the victim is essential if you want to survive. To do so, take a hard look at how you're progressing in Tarkov. In Escape from Tarkov, movement is the name of the game. Keep a deliberate pace throughout the raid. Be cautious when moving from one direction to another. Running can make too much noise, so you need to avoid that as much as possible. If discovered, move to another position and then hide.
Bring Raid Equipment Only
Only bring what you need to the raid. Because Tarkov is so realistic, you'll need to plan your gear set meticulously. You don't need a second weapon when you first start, but you need to invest in medical supplies and good armor. Also, a main issue new players have is that they lose the progress they made so far, thus they don’t like to play actual equipment with them, this is what we call Gear Fear and overcoming it is an important step!
PACA armor will be given to you as soon as you start the game for the first time. Even though it's only a level two vest, it's better than nothing to get you started on your raids. You'll be less likely to die from a single round of ammunition if you've studied up on the various types of armor, helmets, and ammo available to you. Similarly, you'll want to have a supply of medical equipment on hand. When you run out of cash to buy new equipment with check out marketplaces to restock your account with EFT roubles, euros or dollars!
KEEP AN EYE ON THE MAP TIME.
The raid's countdown and your extracts are shown when you load into a raid by double-tapping O'. This will give you an idea of how much time you have left in Tarkov before you have to leave.
It's OK to leave early if you've found a lot of loot, but make sure the time has passed or enough raid experience so that it doesn't count as a run-through.
The fight itself becomes even more deadly when it comes to protecting your hard-earned cash. Looting fast is critical because once other players hear gunfights, they will rush to your position to steal your kill and loot. This might sound unpleasant, but it's how the game works. Before someone can pinpoint your location, loot the fallen enemy's bodies fast and leave the site as soon as possible. If you find yourself in need of easy loot, shopping online for weapons and armor is a good way to get yourself back into the game!
Even if you've survived a fight, don't let your guard down. Do you know if your victim had any friends? What are they doing with the corpse? You'll die if someone gets the upper hand on you while trapped in an interface, so you'll want to take your time before committing to looting.