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  1. New to Tarkov or have yet another friend joining this wonderful game that you don't want to explain every little mechanic to for the 100th time? This guide is for you! This is an original total beginner's guide written by me featuring: Compiled into a neat, well spaced and easy to read 54-page PDF Linked table of contents for quick navigation to each topic Dark theme for easy reading with the lights out Full spectrum coverage with fundamental info on pre-purchase to raiding to trading and everything in between Most searched for "eft guide" on all of google (you can google it right now!) Here is a direct link to the PDF, and if you're looking for confirmation that it's legit first, you can check out this reddit post for upvotes and testimonials (memey or otherwise) in the comments. I'm planning a large update soon to cover FIR market changes and a couple of LL1 availability changes, but >99% of the guide is still completely up to date and serves the purpose of getting new players acquainted with how to play Tarkov properly, reducing frustration and increasing retention so everyone can enjoy this awesome game. Thanks for reading and good luck out there, operator!
  2. We are the 1st Wave Agents We will offer: - Beginner Support - LFG - A server with Full Moderation - Community events - Raid Team Discord Invite: https://discord.gg/f2QpNzX DM me at: Husky^G#9999
  3. Pryzies

    New Player Perspective

    New Player Perspective: I'm sure the game has been out long enough that folks have had a chance to give beginner feedback but here goes mine. Honestly, I'm not new to the genre or FPS. I've been playing these kinds of games for a very long time. Now Tarkov seems to provide a fresh face to the mechanics of 'shooting people for fun' but there are particularly daunting holes in the beginner player experience that most likely have already been exhausted but I guess I'll put my gripes up on the heap along with the rest. First off - The game is hard; I get that. Well, hard isn't the word for it. Unrealistically hard? Perhaps that's the best way to put it. The single most important aspect of a game like this, in my opinion, is map awareness and for the life of me I can't understand why learning a map was designed to be the hardest part. The in-game map that you can purchase from a dealer is woefully inadequate and doesn't even resemble a realistic map you would happen to chance upon in a game which purports to be as realistic as possible.. If you take a map into offline mode it gives you next to nothing already but with so little amount of effort you guys could have done a lot better. Which brings me to my suggestion: Allow me to explore the map sure, but if I find a loot cache or a landmark just automatically indicate it on my in game map. This way I can earn what you guys call "exploration" experience more intuitively and make it a lot more beneficial to me as a newer player. Even better, preserve those icons, labels, indicators on my map when I find them so that it becomes a useful tool for me to continuously learn and make my way around during online mode. Just this feature alone would probably increase the likelihood that a newer player, such as myself, will stick around long enough to enjoy their experience with the game - god knows dying a billion times to lvl 40+ players at lvl 5 is enjoyable enough(sarcasm). In short, the game already has an extraordinary learning curve and a feature modification like this shouldn't even be a blip on the radar of the hardcore folks that relish in the challenge that this game provides. Perhaps even it might enhance the challenge they get as newer player will become proficient faster rather than fizzle out and quit shortly after purchase. Again, I get that you set out to provide a game that caters to the hardcore FPS guys out there but in the quest to become that you've alienated the better part of the millions of other casual folks out there. With a few tweaks you could better their experience and deepen your pockets but that's entirely up to you of course. Make the maps better please.
  4. Ewalker_Duty

    making money for beginners

    here are some safe and easy ways of making money for beginners , hope it helps someone #1:looting hiddens stashes in shoreline #2:looting hidden stashes in interchange #3:looting jackets in the village in Shoreline #4:farming scavs in nightime factory in not populated servers #5:looting hidden stashes in Customs as a Scav( not your PMC) #6:doing Oli runs ( looting Oli in interchange night time with your PMC ) add more safe ways of making money for beginners if you know ( not Hatchlet/pistol runs on reserve or interchange :x)
  5. 1. Call-outs and situational awareness: A.All call-outs should be kept short, but descriptive. i.“over by that tree” this is not helpful or descriptive, especially when on maps such as woods, shoreline, or in any part of a map dense with trees. ii.“behind a tree, forward left of my position”. This is short, descriptive, but only really useful if all team members know your exact location. iii.“ridgeline, far side of (insert POI), left to right” this is a generally acceptable call-out. It gives both a point of interest as reference, which side of that POI the target is CURRENTLY at. And to what direction hey are progressing. B. Situations change rapidly in Tarkov, and a “go with the flow” mentality will only harm you in the end. There is a lot of information to process and remember, but it can be done.(edited) i.I often hear this call out, “who’s shooting?! Who’s shooting?!” when you hear a gunshot, or series of gunshots, who the shooter is, where, and at whom the shots were fired, can be deduced by asking yourself a few simple questions. 1. How far away was the shot sound? 2. Are all my teammates nearby? 3. Were there any call-outs about contact? 4. Was there a snap, whine, thunk, or any other identifying sound after the shot, that would tell me the shot was in my direction? ii. Different situations required certain concrete understandings to be in place in order for that situation to work to your advantage. iii. Let’s go over a few different understandings(edited) 1. Point man. If you have elected to progress up a staircase, or into a room, before any of your teammates, you have elected yourself to be the first responder to contact. When entering a rom, immediately clear the doorway, as this will become the main avenue for supporting fire from your team. 2. Second man. The job of the second man is to push the threat, once engaged and identified by the Point Man. The second man does not fire past the Point Man until that person has cleared the way and taken cover/firing position. A. I have been engaged on a stairway and killed by a teammate from behind as I sought to take cover on the right side of the stairway. B. Be aware of the available cover for the point man and wait for them to move to that cover. 3. Anchoring Pair. In a 5-man squad, the 3rd and 4th members progressing into a building, room, or stairway, have the responsibility to clear and hold the exit for the Point Man and Second Man once they become engaged.(edited) A. Nothing kills squads faster than clogging a doorway/stairwell/ or hallway. B. The anchoring pair only engages as necessary when the opportunity allows. Until then they remain passive and watch for any flanking threats or new situations. C. When the point man and second man retreat, the anchoring pair become the Point man and Second man. 4. Vanguard. The Vanguard is the designated risk taker/ flanker/ and suppressor. A. Not all situations call for risks outside the norm. B. But the vanguard should be aware of all situations where he/she might make a move to flank, take a risk, or suppress the contact from a different angle. C. The Vanguard often has the most freedom of movement, as the last in line for a group, the vanguard can easily break away from a bad engagement and take up a position of covering fire for a retreating team, or disengage and reengage from another, more advantageous, position.(edited) 2. Communications and chatter. a. Its normal and accepted to ask ONCE during a fight, “can you ditch my gear?” but beyond that, you are endangering your team and being a nuisance. b. Wait until the battle has ended to request for your gear to be hidden again. c. When someone calls for “Comms!” this is an indicator that that person needs to be able to hear, or make call-outs regarding a threat/potential threat. You should stop speaking immediately, you can finish your joke later. It probably wasn’t that funny anyhow. d. IF YOU ARE NOT PART OF THE SQUAD IN RAID, BUT YOU WISH TO SAY SOMETHING TO SOMEONE WHO ALSO ISN’T IN RAID AS PART OF THE SQUAD. SEE YOURSELF OUT OF THE CHANNEL FIRST. e. Be respectful of those in raid.(edited) 3. Conduct and handling mistakes. a. Kind of an off-topic moment here. b. If someone slips up and Hot Mics, or forgets to mute their discord while talking to their chat in stream. Don’t be a whiney 4-year old. Ask them to mute their mic and continue on with life. c. Often a simple call-out, “hey you’re hot Mic-ing” will suffice.(edited) 4. Gun Build, Ammo, and Shooting Methods. a. Recoil. For the average player, a reduced recoil build is all that is necessary in order for them to keep rounds on target. b. Due to the advanced modification system in Tarkov, and the effect of streamers/YouTubers. Many think that modding EVERY possible part of a weapon makes it GOD tier. But prior to my clearing of my inventory, my cases were full of such guns, taken from dead PMC’s who were dropped by a stock AK-74N with a CQB muzzle device. c. Ammunition is vital in this game. If you don’t understand your ammo choices, you are placing yourself at a severe disadvantage. i. When selecting ammo types. Consider the possible types of armor you MAY run into during your run. ii. Often, a mid range round will suffice when engaging PMC’s and Scavs. This will also help you not break the bank. iii. Find a reliable Ammo Guide that is up to date and keep it handy. I reference an ammo guide constantly. d. Shooting at the right places, and at the right times is critical. If I am 5-15 meters from a threat, and the threat is in the open. I’m going to attempt a thorax and face shot. e. When engaging an enemy at range when you have the element of surprise, shoot their legs first and then their body. This will often buy you a few extra seconds of clear target picture. f. When engaging at Medium range, short bursts or single fire, are your best options for sustained and accurate fire.(edited) 5. Armor and Gear. a. HELMETS RARELY MATTER. A face shield can sturdy helmet can save your life. In my experience, I have been saved by an FS and Helmet at a ratio of 1-20 engagements. This is a very optimistic ratio……. b. Often, the difference between tiers of armor is as simple as how many rounds of the same ammo it can take before being zero’d, or the type of ammo than can pierce the armor. i. In example SP-5 ammo for the VSS/AS VAL has an 80-85.7% chance to pen class 4-5 armor. But 0-8% chance to pen class 6. c. Download the Battle Buddy app for IOS and Android, by Veritas INC. i. This app allows you to run simulations of any type of ammo vs every type of armor in Tarkov. d. A Large BP isn’t always key to your survival. One of my proudest moments is when engaging a squad of 3 on woods, I tossed my BP in a bush and laid down in the grass as they ran by looking for me. If I’d had my Beta 2 on, they would have seen it sticking up above the grass. Instead I was able to then move to hard cover and drop 2 before repositioning and dropping the third. 6. Looting, and Scooting. a. We’ve all heard the term “Loot and Scoot”. But we rarely realize the potential of that term. b. When attempting to acquire loot that is in the open, scoot your gear into a bush or behind cover. Then quickly grab the loot and retreat to cover. i. This can be easily done by tossing all your gear into your BP and all theirs into their BP c. PRIORITISE AND DON’T HESITATE!
  6. I'm a console peasant that just bought a half decent PC and happen to be TRYING to live the dream in tarkov. However, my friend and I are not the most experienced so we get pooped on by larger groups with more experience and firepower. Hoping there are people of any and all skill willing to team and learn/play the game with us. Don't mind playing with noobs at all! Just looking for people to enjoy the game with. We play pretty often, but are willing to play a lot more with backup on raids. My discord is Demonkingwhite#7256
  7. SinneD Gaming A Non-Toxic environment for you to enjoy all your gaming needs. We provide a safe environment where there is ZERO TOLERANCE for: Racism Homophobia Discrimination we are strongly against exploiting of glitches and hacking, and we greatly disapprove of trolling and/or toxicity which will not be allowed here. ________________________________ We support all types of players, and have roles setup to help ensure that you are playing with the type of players you wish to play with. Beginners are definitely welcomed here We also have provided several other optional text channels to assist everyone in getting stuff done; including a Information channel; which is intended to provide map extractions, named callouts; loot maps; and other important bits of information to assist you in getting to the best loot as soon as possible. For our Veteran players who wish to stick to playing with more experienced players we have Tactical Team rooms, which keep the chat orientated directly towards the gameplay. For our wonderful teachers, who wish to spread the knowledge they have to our beginners we have a Beginners Playground room, as well as a Questing channel if you are going into raids with a particular goal. No one is required to become apart of the community in order to play with us. -> However, you will need to request a role to show that you can follow simple rules, in a simple process. ---> Go to the #ROLE-REQUEST channel, click on the [PINNED MESSAGES] button on the Top Right of your Discord Interface, Copy the skeleton provided and fill it out, then submit it to the #Role-Request channel for approval. This process usually takes up to a maximum of 24 hours. https://discord.gg/NUbKM6v If you are not interested; please feel free to ignore this post and i suppose we shall meet on opposite ends in the battlefield. If you are; then I look forward to meeting you on the discord! Don't forget to lurk in the Looking for Group channel once we have set you up with roles, so that we can play together. ___ Happy Gaming ___ - Vicious Faye
  8. Sasaryszek

    Brand new player - weapon choice

    As a lvl 2 PMC (my first wipe) I need advice. I don't have access to the flea market yet and here are my weapon options: 1. Mosin(infantry, 34000₽) 2. SKS(23000₽) 3. PP-91 Kedr(20700₽) Which one is currently the strongest option? Mosin fits my play style the most. I like shooting hard hitting, slow ROF weapons at distance and I have shitty armour so I play carefully and avoid CQB. I read posts from 2019 in which people were complaining that Mosin can one shot 4 tier armour by hitting in the chest with LPS GHZ round so devs nerfed it. Is weapon(ammo) still good after nerfs (can I oneshot anything under 4 tier armour with LPS) or is it garbage now, and I should choose SKS instead? Are there any good and cheap guns after I unlock flea market. I heard good opinions about verp hunter, what do you guys think?
  9. dragos2u2000

    Things I learned as a new player

    Hello. I am a somewhat new player level 20 right now,I have about 100 hours into the game and these are a few things I have learned. Keep in mind that I am nowhere near good as I simply do not know the maps well enough yet, that being said lets begin: 1.Customs is not a beginner friendly map Customs, the map everyone suggests for new players is, is a hard map to play on. The point of the map is dorms. You want good gear you go dorms. No, you RUSH dorms. A lot of quests are in Customs so you need to go there but I would suggest learning the game first before you go Customs. 2.The way to lose gearfear is to know how to make money You are only afraid of losing gear when you are afraid you cannot get it back. Thankfully its way easier than people think, I bought the standard edition so I had a rougher start than you may have,the first thing you do is unlock the flea market. Get level 5, scav round exp doesn't count. Now you should know what every item is worth before going on a raid but the best way to make money is well buying stuff cheap and selling it for more. Learn what people need,stockpile 100 of that item and sell it for more. Capitalism baby, 1 mil per day if you are determined enough. 3.Try to play alone I don't know about you but while groups are fun, they get hectic fast. People constantly talking with each other, friendly fire and when you kill someone they rush to it like a swarm of rats. Ask for a sherpa to duo with if you need it but stay away from groups of randoms if you cannot hold your own yet. I don't know about you but being shot by your "friends" after calling out what you are doing is just annoying as hell. Playing solo also makes you a better player imho as you have to look out for groups. You won't barge in like you own the place alone, but the groups will use that to your advantage. 4.Interchange for easy loot/Factory PVP Easiest map to get good loot is interchange by far in my opinion. The extracts are almost never camped and because people always rush inside there are a lot of ways to make money even outside the map. Loot stashes,rush the tech shops,camp at exits you do you man. Factory on the other hand is where you learn to PVP in this game. Nothing much to say about it, just go in ,die and learn from your mistakes. 5.Going in geared with expensive stuff is just going to make you sad when you lose it If you are bad at the game and you don't know the map, I suggest you hold on to that HK you found for a little bit, its better than losing it for sure. I see this all the time,level 9 player with ulachs and hks. I went PACA with a pilgrim and a vepr, my teammated go full gear and shout at me for not going geared, 5 minutes later they die because of bad positioning while a guy with the paca gets 5 pmc kills and gets out. Armour won't save you, it allows you to make mistakes, its better to not make mistakes in the first place. Also going level 6 armour and helmet on the open fields of woods is just dumb. Speed is armour too. I hope I helped you, these are things I learned and are mostly my opinions. I am biased by my own experience so pro players feel free to correct me if I am wrong. Cheers!
  10. Frappy

    Any tips for a beginner?

    Right, so I'm decent at FPS games. Back in the day when I played CS:GO, I used to carry my team almost every time. I've got good aim and stuff but I'm pretty poo at EFT. I've been wanting to play a game like this for YEARS but I keep losing motivation because I'm just really trash. When I have some shitty stuff laying around in my stash, I take them, hop into a game and get killed the first 1-2 Min in. Then I spend 500K on good gear and either encounter a 5 man PMC group or get 1 tapped out of nowhere. I used to be better but I'm just getting worse and worse. I keep losing money, and had a total of 2.5K roubles at some point. I was at 1.7M roubles a few days ago because I got extremely lucky in reserve and killed 2 sweaty bois. It was a combination of the guys teammate being stupid, allowing me to 1 tap him, and that the guy was using a terribly modded M4 which he was not able to hit me with, so there wasn't really any skill involved. I played away about 500K of that in a few hours. I'm lvl 17, over 120 hours into the game, but man I've been playing less and less because I'm simply very frustrated and I feel like I can only beat AI. When it comes to PMCs, I always feel like the other players are going to win, no matter what. I'd even say I'm starting to be scared of them. If anyone could give me any tips on how to get better at this game, I'd appreciate it a lot. I kind of know the maps. I can play customs without a map, still learning reserve but know where everything is and where to go. Best Regards Frappy
  11. yurfajah

    Need some help?

    Hello, Im toward the end game of Tarkov and am looking to help out our new players to the game. If anyone would like help with quest or info or game play im more than happy. Message me and ill get back to you ASAP.
  12. Hello, if you are new to the game and are having difficulties I believe this tutorial will help you a lot. Welcome to Tarkov. First Steps(Knowing the Territory) First of all I recommend that you go offline without bots and test all shortcuts and commands in the game. Still in offline mode I recommend that you walk around the maps a lot, to know the map itself and all the extraction and loot areas. So you don't waste a lot of time looking for the extractions, I'll leave here the link with all the maps edited straight from the official wiki. In offline mode you can also train with bots and even face bosses. Use this mode to familiarize yourself with the game's healing, energy and hydration system. Don't be ashamed or lazy to play offline, I'm sure it will help you a lot in your progression within the game. I recommend that before you sign in with your PMC for the first time, you sign in from Scav. The Scav mode is basically for you to take only loot. There are currently no missions and you also cannot complete your PMC's missions using your Scav (but you can get some items). In Scav mode you kind of take control of a Scav at random time after a raid is started. Your Gear is also random, and can hold valuable items like Keys or Cards to access Lab's map in your pockets. To play Scav you need to select the character on the left and then choose the map: From Scav you don't have to kill other Scav's. But be careful, usually Scav player kills Scav player. (To understand the difference between scav player and scav bot, you have to be aware of the movements, where that Scav is and if he has 2 weapons. very different from a Scav). Remembering that Bosses attack scav player's. At the end of your raid as a scav you need to transfer the loot to your Stash: We must not forget that on some maps Scav, escape in a different place than PMC, before entering as Scav check the map on the wiki. Starting your journey Once you know the basics of the maps and are confident enough to kill the bot's (Scav's) and maybe some PMC (Player) that comes your way you will start playing in online mode. I recommend that you start with simpler maps like Woods and Customs. Then try Interchange and Shoreline. Whenever playing PMC does not focus on just loot, sometimes it is not worth risking what you already have and you can lose everything. Also remember that there is no point in entering a raid without good gear, you will end up dying easier or for bullshit. The ideal is to enter a Body Armor of tier 3 or higher (avoid using Body Armor tier 5 and 6 in the beginning, your character will walk very slowly). Avoid using pistols on large maps, you with a pistol in Woods, for example, are more likely to die to a Scav and fail to kill him. In search of success The start in Tarkov is difficult, you often end up dying of bullshit. So it is difficult to have good gear at all times. Scav mode is great for you to farm certain items on the map from which you can sell and get good money. With the arrival of Hideout (Hideout) many items that were insignificant now have a good value on the market. You need to reach level 5 to unlock the community market. There you can sell and buy items from other players. I recommend that you take a look at the market to know the value of the items. This will help you a lot when it comes to "looting" whether it's PMC or Scav. Don't forget to save some items that you will use for quests. Speaking of Quests, I recommend that you start as soon as possible. The quests give you: EXP, Money, Reputation with Dealers and Unlock items. To start your quests you have to go to the Dealers and look for the "Tasks" tab For the guys that have the Standard version, the missions help a lot, as they will give you a larger Secure Container. The progression of dealers is very important to their own economy. The higher your seller's Level, the more items he sells to you. So you buy directly with the seller and not in the Community Market and pay a fair price. EFT has a skill mechanic: Each skill enhances your character and some skins are required to upgrade Hideout and for missions. Hideout Hideout arrived at patch 0.12 and quickly became very important. There you can produce items that you can use in raids like ammunition, drinks, food and medicine. And some items that will help you in some quests. In Hideout you can for example mine bitcoin, produce the best ammunition in the game, the best medical kit in the game and make money with the Scav Box. In this Wiki link, you can see everything you need to keep your Hideout at the maximum level and everything you can produce on it. The guys that have the Standard Version can use Hideout to increase their Stash. Small details Well, I think a lot of people can skip that part. But here I will explain some things that a lot of people ask when they are new to the game. When you enter a PMC Online Raid, if you die, you will lose everything that is with you, except what is in your Secure Container: So inside it you can carry whatever you want without fear. Do not confuse the Tactical Rig with the Body Armor: Remembering that we cannot equip a Body Armor and a Tactical Rig for protection. (Example 6B5-15) Always make insure(But never for the map called LABS.): The insurance is made in case someone doesn't take your items, they will come back to you: The item needs to be redeemed or you will lose. We cannot forget that in EFT it is very common for a novice player to be angry for hitting several shots on another PMC and dying with one or two shots. In EFT ammunition makes a lot of difference and there is no point in shooting a bad ammunition in a PMC full gear, especially if he is wearing a tier 5 or 6 vest. Unlike the other games in EFT, Body Armor is capable of handling the damage of a projectile 100%. Ideally, you should also look at the ammunition table at WIKI. If you are still afraid or struggling to escape from Tarkov, you can request a Sherpa. Sherpas are more experienced players who help new players in EFT. https://www.escapefromtarkov.com/sherpa When requesting a Sherpa you get a Gear and schedule a Raid, in that Raid the Sherpa will explain many things to you about movement, combat tactics, how to modify weapons, etc ... I intend to always update this post by adding information. That's it for now. If you have any questions I am here to help. FLP 👑
  13. Snakester95

    10 Quick Tips For Beginner Players

    I recently started playing Escape from Tarkov again and noticed a lot of simple questions from beginner players. With how much there is to learn about EFT, I made a list of tips with basic information and some less basic that beginners should know. I have a few of the tips below with the full list on my personal site here. The information below is built upon on the site, but I figured I'd give a little taste. You Lose Nothing in Offline Mode Offline Mode is a way to play EFT without losing any gear. It's only accessible with PMCs and solo currently, but you can use it to learn different maps. There are also custom options for changing the number of AI-SCAVs, difficulty of them, and more. This makes Offline Mode a good opportunity to learn the game despite not gaining any loot or experience. Insuring Your Gear Knowing how to insure your gear using the Dealers in EFT is super important. As long as your gear isn't looted by a player, that insured equipment will be returned to you within a day or two. This is nice early on when you cherish every piece of gear. Examine Items to Save Time Later Examining items in Dealer shops and/or on the Flea Market when you hit level 5 is a good way to save time in a raid. When you're looting containers and every item appears as Unknown, it makes it difficult to know what is worth taking. This is why it saves your butt in the long run by examining those unknowns in the shop beforehand.
  14. Flamax

    Escape From Tarkov Nederland

    Beste PMC's, Recent heb ik Escape From Tarkov Nederland opgezet om Nederlandse spelers samen te brengen. Ben jij dus een Nederlands sprekende speler en wil je met andere Nederlands sprekende spelers spelen ? Ben jij het beu elke keer gekilled te worden als solo speler ? Ben je het beu om met je hatchet runs te moeten doen omdat je je gear niet kwijt wilt ? Join dan Discord en speel samen met andere Nederlandse spelers en verhoog je overlevingskansen ! https://discord.gg/42u3T8N
  15. *Warning: This is my personal opinion and suggestion* Hello! After playing this game for hours, I have noticed just how difficult it is for new players to get a grasp on the game. To even understand the concept of it and how to play correctly I had to watch some beginners guides on YouTube. After learning the "bare-bone" basics of the game, I started to notice just how ridiculously hard this game is for people that aren't experienced with it. I have played many games similar to the play style of this game (AAPG, Insurgency, Arma 3, etc.) though this one is the most difficult by far. Now, I do believe that difficulty in games make them "heart-pounding" and interesting, and this game nails that feeling. Though, if the game intends to reach a bigger audience of players the current difficulty of starting the game will have to be changed. Maybe a beginning tutorial, practice range, private games, (really anything that can help new players learn the mechanics and overall gameplay of this game). Overall, I do believe that this game is amazing and worth putting time into learning and mastering, though I do think that if the game wants to keep a steady income of players, starting the game should be more straight foward and easy. Let me know your thoughts on this. ~proxy
  16. QualityCodpiece

    New player looking to learn the ropes

    Hey guys, Brand new to EFT and would love to group up with some people who can show me what's what. I've attempted a few raids alone and I would much rather be in a group and work as a team! Online most evening and weekends playing on EU servers
  17. Hi spelers van Tarkov! Ik vertel mensen vaak over de game, en zij geven aan dat er nergens een Nederlandse uitleg te vinden is. Daarom heb ik er zelf nu een in elkaar gezet Ik ben benieuwd wat jullie er van vinden, en wat jullie willen zien in een volgende video!
  18. Tumusss94

    Just Starting Out!

    Hey all, Bought EFT about a week ago and only just got round to playing properly, was just seeing if anyone can give any tips on starting out, leveling traders etc? I don't want to be seem too much of a noob, iv had a game or 2 offline on factory and killed like 10 scavs each time and extracted so just wondering what would be the best way about playing properly online how the game is actually meant to be played, any tips helpful and welcome. thanks
  19. bailsdeep

    Any Beginner Tips?

    My game question is... What are some in game tips I should know before playing my first match?
  20. TomakTheDank

    Rough Start (HELP)

    Before I start, please know that I am not calling this game bad in any way. I am very new to this game, i have watched a couple hours of video on the game explaining the basics, and come from a background of playing hard games. I have beaten the stalker games on master difficulty, as well as metro 2033 of ranger hardcore and survival mode. On top of that I am a souls game veteran, so I am not shy to difficult games. Although that being said I have had quite the rough start. I havent once been able to escape, and to boot I have lost most of my gear. Part of this is because I simply do not know the maps and I play solo since I do not know anyone who plays this game. Another Issue is that the servers always seem to be having trouble, I am in NA, and after every raid there is a server error and I cannto play again for some time. I am curious if I am simply doing something wrong, and if there is an easier way to get your foot in the door with this game. If I am being honest, I havent had fun in the few hours I have been playing, and I basically die within the first few minutes of entering a raid, almost exclusively to someone shooting me in the back. I have nothing but a knife now and a couple of pistols, though I am scared to even take the pistols for fear of losing them in my inevitable death. SO i feel very stuck, I cant learn the maps since I die instantly, I cant get gear because I dont know the maps plus I die anyway. Not sure if there is something I could be doing better, please what should I do, I want to have fun in this game.
  21. Hello Everyone, I just wanted to help the community out and give you these guides, these guides are the best ones on my channel, I have fully modding guides and more, I was told to post on the general posting forum so sorry if this is not the right place for it All The Controls and Tips:
  22. Brothers of Tarkov is a Gaming Community made for people who not only want to just play games but at the same time make friends. We are super friendly, and looking for ANY players of ALL skill levels, anyone can be taught how to play with time. You can join our discord here. Welcome to Brothers of Tarkov.
  23. Hi, yesterday I was very lucky and I joined Alpha. As far as you know there are guides (written), better for beginners, here in the forum or somewhere else? I tried a search online but couldn't find none, except 20" or longer videos on Youtube. Thanks!
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