Escape from Tarkov

escape-from-tarkov-logoBattlestate Games, the creators of hardcore online shooter Escape from Tarkov, today revealed the second in its ongoing series of developer diaries, this one dedicated to the creation of 3D in-game assets and how they are bringing “hardcore realism” to life. The developers describe the process of creating a rich and devastating world – from architectural elements to weapons and characters.

Watch the second Escape from Tarkov developer diary here. (Unless you are an expert Russian speaker, be sure to turn “on closed captioning” and choose “English” in the settings for English subtitles.)

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Battlestate Games have just released a brand new developer diary for their upcoming story focused MMO, Escape from Tarkov. The new development diary takes us behind the scenes into the game’s development, as the developers discuss the motion capture techniques that they are using to achieve realistic animations.

Battlestate also discuss several other things- they talk about the weapons that will be in the game, and show us some military advisers multiple times. Curiously enough, these advisers all seem to be shrouded in darkness, so we can never actually see them or their faces.

Almost as interesting is the appearance of the Oculus Rift in this video- now, Oculus Rift support has not yet been confirmed for this game, and the developers don’t even bring attention to the headset themselves, but it may be a tease- could VR compatibility be in the works for this project?

Escape from Tarkov is an MMO shooter anticipated to launch later this year.

More game information is available at the Escape from Tarkov website.

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Battlestate Games has been slowly teasing their action online survival FPS/RPG Escape from Tarkov for a few months and today they launched their pre-order deals.

Escape from Tarkov looks impressive enough but there’s not been a massive amount of detail released about the game and perhaps pre-orders are a little premature. Despite the lack of actual hands-on reports and a small amount of video footage, Battlestate Games obviously feel there’s enough interest to entice gamers with pre-orders.

The different options can be purchased on the official website’s pre-order page.


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escape-from-tarkov-logoThe developers from Battlestate Games, a Russian game studio, have released the hot new video with gameplay of their online game, Escape from Tarkov. The video is set in the outskirts of the Tarkov city, in one of the chemical plant’s dorms that is now being used as a staging post by local raiders. At this location, characters of Escape from Tarkov can encounter Scavs, who have made the place their headquarters and are unlikely to welcome surprise guests. The video showcases inventory management, partial weapon tweaking, search for items, and investigation of the player’s surroundings.

Escape from Tarkov is a hardcore story-driven MMO which combines the elements of FPS/TPS and RPG. The events take place in the Russian city of Tarkov, which has been sealed of by roadblocks and sunk into the chaos of local warfare between private miltray companies. The extreme conditions combat simulator employs a number of custom system modules to create an incredibly immersive gameplay and make players feel the reality of what is happening in the game. The closed beta-testing of Escape from Tarkov is planned for 2016.

You can sign up for the closed beta and get more game info at the Escape from Tarkov official webpage.

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escape-from-tarkov-logoBattlestate Games, a Russian game development studio, has revealed the first gameplay video of Escape from Tarkov, the hardcore online shooter with RPG features.

Two private military companies, USEC and BEAR, clashed in conflict on the streets of a Russian city, forcing the local civilian population to flee. However, anarchy and lawlessness stroke a chord with some people, who are now called Savages around these parts. They flock into packs and fight for territories and resources on par with professional soldiers.

Shots and screams are incessant sounds hanging in the air, and tossed grenades are referred to as a “present”. Harsh reality is abound in the game – one hit, and your character may be killed right away or bleed to death.

Follow the news and sign up for beta at the official Escape from Tarkov website.

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Battlestate Games announces Escape from Tarkov, a “hardcore online game set in a Russian setting” coming to Windows and OS X next year. The game’s official website is online, offering signups for closed beta testing, and this lengthy cinematic trailer showing lots of gunplay in a war-ravaged urban environment. The announcement also refers to this as an “MMO,” and describes a conflict in a cut off region called Norvinsk:

With every new day the situation in Norvinsk oblast becomes stranger and more complicated. Panic reigns as the city is plunged into armed conflict: citizens flee while those who stay begin to scavenge whatever they can. Taking the new realities as a matter of course and huddling up into well-armed gangs, scavs start their own battle for territories. Today, Tarkov is divided by unseen borders set by bandit groups. Up-for-anything, they won’t stop short at killing innocents or waging a war against two private military companies.

Players will enter the battlefield as surviving ex-mercenaries. After choosing one’s side, USEC or BEAR, the protagonist starts off in the middle of the city. Tarkov is blocked by UN forces and Russian military, supply lines are cut, communications are lost – in these realities everyone decides by himself or herself, how to survive and get out of city.

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