Battlestate Games Removes NDA from ESCAPE FROM TARKOV March 24

Battlestate Games Removes NDA from ESCAPE FROM TARKOV March 24

Game Fully Open to Live Streaming

Developer Battlestate Games announced today that the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for Escape from Tarkov will be lifted for all players with access to the game on March 24. Soon, all current players will be able to freely publish screenshots, videos and other materials showcasing Escape from Tarkov, as well as stream gameplay.

Battlestate Games Removes NDA from ESCAPE FROM TARKOV March 24

“We have refrained from lifting the NDA on Escape from Tarkov for quite a while. We did this to meet the high expectations of our players and show the project as it was meant to be seen,” commented Nikita Buyanov, studio lead, Battlestate Games. “Today we are happy to announce the upcoming removal of the NDA so streamers around the world will be able to feature Escape from Tarkov to their audience.”

Escape from Tarkov is a hardcore story-driven MMO featuring elements of FPS and RPG. The events take place in the Russian city of Tarkov, which has been sealed off by roadblocks and sunk into the chaos of local warfare between private military companies. Escape from Tarkov‘s Hazardous Environment Combat Simulator employs a number of custom system modules to create incredibly immersive gameplay and make players feel the reality of what is happening in the game.

The closed beta-testing of Escape from Tarkov is planned for summer 2017. More about Escape from Tarkov can be found at the official website: www.escapefromtarkov.com. ‘Like‘ the game on Facebook and follow the game development on Twitter @bstategames for all the latest developer updates and news.

Players can get a chance for access to Escape from Tarkov testing stages by placing a pre-order on the official website: www.escapefromtarkov.com/preorder-page

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