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About ek89027

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  1. Новые игроки

    Имя персонажа Fallshrimpjager Описание A professional hobo wondering the streets of Tarkov in search of tushonka. Его прошлое A professional hobo living under a bridge, demanding tushonka from weary travelers with little success. Как он попал в Тарков? The hobo was always there. Always lurking in the shadows. Looking for his next tushonka. Пристрастия Tushonka. Друзья Tushonka. Ранения и битвы Recieved a nasty wound from opening a tushonka. Стремления To collect all the tushonka in tarkov. Самые значительные достижения персонажа Finding a cart full of tushonka. Сила 25 Выносливость 29 Меткость 26 Инженер
  2. Playing with a hacker

    There are definitely hackers in this game. If you feel like meeting one, pick a map like customs, find a location that no one ever goes to. (Such as one of the container boxes with doors with no loot inside that no one would ever check) And sit there for 30-40 minutes. Chances are you will be conveniently found by a player even though there is literally no reason to go there.
  3. Larger Stash

    Yes, that is the hideout update. That update is likely to hit with the open beta which is expected to come in Q1 of 2018.
  4. Larger Stash

    Yes and no. You can upgrade your standard edition to increase the space. That would be the best for the actual physical increase in stash size. But for in game solutions, you would have to rely on cases from lvl 4 traders, wallets, document holders, folding guns, taking out magazine from certain guns (SKS for an example. Taking out a mag saves a few squares) or if you haven't already receive the free weapon case + Key bar from the event. (Which would help out considerably.)
  5. Is there a date for the next big update?

    When was the last wipe for the server? (Full reset? Maybe its possible to get a guess that way.)
  6. heavy armor and helmets

    Period. Learn to use it. Hell I am not even asking for a comma or capitalizing your letters. I agree with your points, but not with your style of writing. Also on a completely unrelated note, you realize this is a beta right? And everything you are hoarding will be gone?
  7. Bans for cheating

    I would have to strongly disagree with your conclusion. By that logic, the olive branch should be extended to those who cheat in the beta, as they too would have paid for the game and technically helped the dev team come up with a better anticheat. And if the devs announce that all cheaters from the alpha were to be "pardoned" upon the release of the game I sincerely doubt that many of those same cheaters would decide to go straight. If anything, they will see it as an invitation to openly hack/glitch/troll the other players. (Especially those who bought another copy of the game, who would have contributed to the game twice thanks to their perma ban.) Furthermore, cheaters can fatally hurt the reputation of a game even in this stage. Just go to steam and look at the sizable number of negative reviews on various games that are on alpha/early access. First impression is everything, people will not buy game or be considerably more hesitant when they know there is a hacker. I would not touch a game if there were enough top reviewers/cursory look in the forums that criticize a game for a number of hackers. Finally, for a game like Tarkov, that is still in development, the quality of the end product can be heavily influenced by the amount of funding the devs get prior to release... well sometimes. It depends on the dev. (But under the assumption the money is spend well, it could go to things such as buying better/more servers, hiring additional staff, giving money to said staff so that staff doesn't run away screaming to the hills, investing in better development tool, post launch support, etc.) TLDR: Hackers should be banned for hacking. If they want second chance, they should buy a new copy of the game and play like everyone else.