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Escape From Tarkov (EFT) Server Maintenance Schedule (February 3)

It will be a long one!

February 3, 2022

Escape from Tarkov (EFT) server maintenance has already started and it is going to fix more matchmaking and connectivity issues.

Escape from Tarkov is still in the Beta phase, and it’s quite normal to spot multiple issues and problems in the game. What matters is the fact that the development team tries to smooth out things continuously until full launch.

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Today, backend server maintenance is happening in all regions across the world, which will block access to the game for a few hours at least.

The developer has not revealed whether there would be a new update to download after the maintenance or not.

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EFT Server Maintenance Schedule for February 3

According to an official tweet from Battlestate Games on Twitter, the backend server maintenance for Escape from Tarkov has already started at 2 am ET/7 am UTC/8 am CET. As the developer reveals, it is going to take at least 3 hours, but they might need to extend the maintenance if anything unexpected happens.

Escape from Tarkov is a hardcore first-person shooter with MMO and RPG elements and extremely realistic gameplay that makes it a completely unique experience compared to any other shooter.

The game is currently in the Beta phase, though it has several maps available and a big community of players already. During the past few years, the number of EFT streams on Twitch grew significantly, which was followed by more players buying the game, and trying out its unforgiving nature, which is praised by many content creators.

Escape from Tarkov is now available on PC. You should pre-order the full version of the game from Battlestate Games to be able to download and play the Beta build.

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