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  1. I'm not sure if you guys have heard this before, but I went back and watched the raid series and stumbled upon the cell phone discovery scene where helmet cam footage was recovered. It got me thinking that the role of the Intelligence center could be expanded while making the discovering of cell phones a big deal in the game. No telling what is on these phones, and sure most phones would have no additional value apart from the functionality. But many phones should be locked and unable to be opened to discover what goodies they may or may not hold, ie. bank account info saved, encrypted military intelligence, personal photos or info that certain factions would pay tons for, hidden cache info, etc. The phones could be shown on pickup as locked or maybe a stronger encryption to insinuate possible extra value, and need to be hacked into after extraction with a certain intelligence level at the hideout. The time could depend on the level of the intel center, and the rouble value could vary widely, up to the millions to the right buyers. PMC's without access to the correct level of intel center would be forced to hang on to the phone or to sell it for an base price like the game already works. I personally would be VERY excited to be looting and find a phone that could potentially be worth hundreds of thousands of roubles and be crawling to make it to extract just to see. This isn't exactly a new concept in gaming, such as getting back to town and having to identify or un-curse an item to discover it's intrinsic value. and it's a very attractive thing to players interested in looting primarily. Finally getting home and discovering the value after days of waiting on the hacking process to finish could add another layer of realism and excitement to the hideout. It also gives more depth and usefulness to the intel center, which I'm sure you have big plans for, at this point in early development is pretty narrow. Just a thought. Please let me know what you think.
  2. Mouchizz

    In raid collection of Intel

    Sneak up on and listen in on groups of scavs conversations to get tips on where good loot has been spotted, or the route prapors dogs are using to return recovered insured items or planning an attack on therapist's medical warehouse. You can either choose to radio in the tip to concerned parties who can either ask you solve the problem for them for a small consideration or whatever, or you can decide to take it all for yourself...eg ambush a convoy and take the loot. Survivors of your little raid could report to the relevant traders which in turn will affect your reputation with them, helping them will also boost your reputation.
  3. Anthonyl59

    Low fps with 1080ti AMD R5 1600

    Just a quick question.. we have a few PC's at home,, My sons rig is an Intel I5-7500 with an AMD RX 580, 16Gb Ram and an SSD. My rig is an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 with an Nvidia GTX 1080ti, 16Gb Ram and SSD. Tarkov runs at 2560 x 1080 on his machine at around 150fps at Customs while my machine on same settings at 2560 x 1440 runs at around 50 - 60 fps. (Have also tried running my screen at the same res as his but the fps barely changes. So my question is,, is this game better suited towards Intel based machines or AMD graphics cards?
  4. UnfunnyComedian

    upgrade to intel or ryzen

    I'm upgrading from an fx-6300, 8GB RAM and a 1060 6GB which i'm keeping, and wondering whether i would be better saving up to £30 by getting a Ryzen 1600 or 1600x, or get an i5-7600K; either way i would get 16GB RAM https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/mYk7gL https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/9HtzBP
  5. One idea I thought might be a good fit for something in Escape From Tarkov was having a skill for Hacking, particular electronic devices. The idea is based on one of my favourite indie games - NEO Scavenger. The idea is that any lootable electronic devices in the world such as laptops, smartphones, tablets etc could possibly contain valuable intel. However these devices would be encrypted and would require skills in hacking to crack the encryption. Once the device is cracked and open, a USB device would also be required so transfer the data onto it. You could possibly just carry the device but I would put forward the ideathat carrying a laptop is more space than a USB, and only to carry the device if you didn't have a USB handy. This data could then be sold to Traders, the quality of the data could be randomised - I.E cracking a laptop might have barely any information and fetch a low price, whereas cracking another laptop, the information could be extremely valuable to whichever trader you are selling to and net you a nice price.
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