5 Tips for Beginners in Escape from Tarkov

3 weeks ago

If you enjoy hyper-realistic shooter and tactical teamwork, Escape from Tarkov is the game for you. Like most other multiplayer first-person shooter video games, Escape from Tarkov is pretty unfriendly to beginners. Its absence of tutorials, visual aid to mark a target, motion control, and lack of HUD elements can make attacks feel like baptism by fire. Luckily, nowadays there is Escape from Tarkov cheats that can deter this game from driving you to insanity. 

 

As its name suggests, one has to escape from Tarkov despite not being told how or where the said Tarkov is. The bushes are notoriously brutal like the game itself causing untold damage to your expensive gear. You have to survive a single raid which involves an outing in the city maps which isn’t so easy. Don’t worry though; this is where these tips and Escape from Tarkov cheats come in.

 

5 Tips for Beginners in Escape from Tarkov

  1. Do Scav Raids First

Especially for beginners, using Scav runs saves you money. There are no risks to your gear and so whatever you make out of such raids is pure profit. The main menu allows you to see some gears worn by your Scavs and sometimes those gears are pretty valuable.

 

If you run Scav raid as a chosen member of your faction, everything you have goes on the line. If it’s a friendly Scav, you have a chance to escape with free gear. As a Scav, as long as you don’t shoot at other Scavs, AI Scavs will not fire at you. I always recommend you avoid killing Scavs during the raids unless they happen to have extremely valuable gear which after managing to escape will have made you a hefty profit. 

 

  1. Have Access To A Map And Always Stick To One

In the Escape from Tarkov game, you’re likely to get lost many times than you can remember. If you have another screen or access to a tablet device, it’s advisable to load up a map there for your reference during an attack.

 

Shun from bouncing to different maps before taking the time to learn them. Familiarizing yourself with a map is the greatest tool in this game. Learning the Scav spawns, loot location, stashes, extracts et cetera is the best way to survive in the Tarkov. Sticking with one makes it better.

 

After learning the basics of a map, concentrate on other aspects of your gameplay such as looting efficiency and gun fighting. You can run maps in offline mode in the absence of Scavs to get better with them.

 

  1. Research Widely

In as much as Escape from Tarkov requires players to be experts on varied things, streaming the game on YouTube and wiki can help you learn a big deal. Watching pro players play is an unrivaled way to learn when you are not playing.

As you stream, look for solutions to all your inner answers and within no time you’ll figure everything out. Learning is key in Escape from Tarkov. Through experience and attempts to implement the learned skills, you’ll be surprised at how your game improves. YouTube also does not only provide insightful information through tutorials but also guidelines for finding the pesky extraction points. 

 

  1. Ammo Is King

Before any raid in Escape from Tarkov, ensure you first choose the right equipment from the character menu. It’s the ammo that deals damage, not the weapons themselves. Different ammo types also have capabilities for a different level of penetration and damage values-choose wisely.

 

The space in your secure container will also depend on the edition of ammo that you bought. For your first raid, take a pistol, vest, and backpack to transport your loot. Remember that you can only reload magazines if they’re in your vest or pockets. If the inventory is almost empty, try your luck with only a knife but remember that a knife runner is easy to kill especially when a gunfight ensues. Use painkillers against pain though hits.

 

In a nutshell, having the right ammo is like a pole game, if you lose, you lose almost everything and vice versa. I recommend you first practice your efficiency in ammo selection against bots.

 

  1. Use Insurance

After you become proficient with using your gear in a raid, ensure you insure it. By doing so, when you die no one picks it up and it’s returned to you via your Insurer-either Therapist or Prapor the next day or so. Though Prapor is cheaper, your gear may take longer to be returned to you. Anyway, who you choose is up to you. When I started, I thought that Insurance was meant for rich players only, don’t make that mistake. Insurance is more beneficial when used by beginners.

 

The Bottom Line 

As a player who has been there, cried over lost gear and raged over Scavs that wouldn’t give in I believe the above 5 tips for beginners in Escape from Tarkov can help any beginner fast-track to success in Tarkov. Thank me later. 

 


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