The developers of the tactical first-person shooter "Escape from Tarkov: Arena" promise not to add microtransactions or pay-to-win elements…
In December 2023, the promising hardcore realistic story-driven FPS with RPG elements developed by Battlestate Games is due to be released in beta test.
There’s a lot of uncertainty about the project, but you don’t have to worry about its monetization. The creators of the game stated that they are not going to add microtransaction elements to "Escape from Tarkov: Arena".
The absence of in-game purchases in "Escape from Tarkov: Arena" became known by the Battlestate Games CEO Nikita Buyanov, who recently gave an interview to GameSpot.
As the developer noted, the team does not want to introduce such elements into the shooter, which in most cases only irritates gamers and interferes with the development of the project.
According to Buyanov, "Escape from Tarkov: Arena" will be an excellent addition to the original "Escape from Tarkov", and both games will be able to exist and develop in parallel.
He continued by expressing that similar to other games in that category, there might be the inclusion of battle passes in "Escape from Tarkov: Arena", but Buyanov clarified that nothing is definite at this point.
In fact, further details are not yet known, but Battlestate Games is contemplating the implementation of a seasonal strategy involving the gradual release of additional content and updates.
You can pre-order "Escape from Tarkov: Arena" and get early access to beta now…