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Easiest Escape from Tarkov Money Maker

Easiest Escape from Tarkov Money Maker

This guide will help you make money from Tarkov.

The guide lists all the things you need to do, along with the things you shouldn’t, to make money in Escape From Tarkov and get rich in no time.There are a few things you need to know if you are looking to make more money in escape from tarkov.

To get started, you must first sell to the therapist. This is because it will offer you the best prices for non-military items. This includes food, water, medicine, mechanical items, nameplates, and technical items. In escape from tarkov, The money will also enable you to trade with other players through Tarkov Bitcoin, and this opens the way to the rare and best items.

Next, you should try to sell to Skier, because it will pay the second best price. He doesn’t buy whole guns, but you can go ahead and take the gun apart and then sell it in parts. If he doesn’t buy something, you have to sell it to Prapor, where you will also have to level it up in the first few missions.

Do Not Focus On PvP/PvE Combat

You certainly should not focus on fighting PvP / PvE as the main source to earn some money, because if you do, you may end up losing a lot of money.This is because if you are an exceptional player, your chances of survival are around 40%. This is probably still a loss for you if you race in tight gear every time.

Key Spawns

If you know the methods and know where the expensive key spawns may lie, you will be able to make a lot of money.If you are near a place where there is a possibility of a switch appearing, you should thoroughly check it. You always have a positive expectation towards finding a prime spawn in places.

Risk-free methods (Scav runs)

SCAVs are randomly generated characters that can be controlled during gameplay by either the AI or the player. They are generally less equipped than the PMCs, but they still have a gun in their hand, which means they are just as deadly. If you choose to run as a skier, you will receive free gear: a pistol, small amounts of ammunition and some basic equipment.

You won’t get military jackets or helmets that will help you survive the fight, but you can still outsmart and kill your enemies. However, this does not mean that you have to fight battles.

Like SCAV, you get to try risk-free to make money. Focus on collecting loot and avoiding fights during the game. Items like your room key or dog tags take up small amounts of inventory space and can sell for a reasonable price, so be sure to pick them up. Fill your bags with socks like knives, stackable bags, sicc case, and jackets. If you are looking for a great place to go like SCAV, you can try Shoreline Map. After you spawn, run to the extraction point, collecting all the military chests on your way.

Know Your Map

Well, you should start with one map and work your way through it; Understand and master all the tracks on the map by traversing them over and over again. Learning with maps will also allow you to learn about map layout, spawn/scanning behaviors, even dangerous areas and spawns of items.

All this information will allow you to be better at your game and have an advantage over your opponents, which in the end will lead to positive results for you, allowing you to strive for money.

Playing on Interchange map

Interchange is one of the loot-rich maps in Escape from Tarkov that doesn’t require specific keys to access most of its content. Unlike Shoreline, Labs, Reserve, and Customs, you’ll be able to access almost every location on the map for free. AI also seems easier on this than it is in labs or pre-ordering, so it’s also a great place to start as a new player.

Most of the exchange spoils can be found on the shelves. Items like electronic components are very common there, but this is not the main source of income you are looking for. You want to find hidden weapon chests that are left in the shade and in hard-to-reach places. Often times, you can see them in hidden and safe places where other players will not be able to shoot you in the back. Gives beginners a perfect opportunity to loot.

If you are having a hard time finding chest locations, you can also loot the racks we mentioned earlier. By collecting electronics from them, you can make a similar or even better profit from repayment. The biggest drawback of this method is the fact that the shelves are more exposed to other players than the chests. It wouldn’t be strange to be photographed collecting them, so always do this carefully.

BE PATIENT

In just a few raids, you can earn a lot of money if you are patient and careful. Even with a small amount of shared resources scattered in places where other players rarely appear, you can collect a decent amount of money.

Try to inspect the corpses of dead enemies, even if you didn’t kill them yourself. Often, more experienced players drop less valuable loot. Get everything loose, even your hats.

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Path of Exile – A Challenger Appears to Diablo III

Path of Exile

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Diablo III has accumulated plenty of sins since it was first released in 2012. From the Auction House debacle to the seasonal resets, there has been no end to the criticism leveled on Blizzard. Despite all that, Diablo III remains the king of the isometric ARPG loot grind and no others have even come close. Things are different now, however, since Path of Exile has come into the ring and is proving to be a tough and true contender for Diablo III’s crown.

The Classic System with Modern Roots

Path of Exile is not ashamed to say that it took its core gameplay from Diablo; naturally, there’s no way around the loot crawl without acknowledging the original. However, the Diablo franchise has seen better days in the heyday of Diablo II and the original, despite the arguable relative success of Diablo III today.

Path of Exile comes from the same family of games, but it does more to separate itself from its cousins and ancestry. For one, PoE manages to stand out by making some very unique classes and combat mechanics; these focus on gem equipment in order to determine skills in combat.

There are six basic classes in the game; Marauder, Ranger, Duelist, Shadow, Templar, and Witch. These all ultimately have an analogue in Diablo III save for some unique differences. Regardless, the game is easy enough to pick up by the Diablo veteran or the genre newbie since each class performs a specific role akin to the holy trinity found in ARPGs like these.

The one thing that PoE does well is its ability to imitate the tropes and trends of Diablo, without becoming too much like Diablo. Enemies of the same quality are there with blue-named enemies being a “rarer” genus than white ones. Gold would be the enemies that may or may not completely destroy you. From the basic shuffling demon to the irreverent demon, many of these enemies will be familiar to fans of the genre. This is a good thing. PoE manages to replicate the same things people enjoyed in Diablo and other isometric ARPGs, while being able to keep it unique with its Dark Souls-inspired aesthetic and feel. This way, PoE does not manage to alienate a whole player base who may think that the original did it better, and it manages to be intriguing enough to draw in the genre newbie.

Perhaps the only downside to PoE is its Xbox One port. It is not awful in any sense, but it certainly could be better. Diablo III’s console ports are very fleshed out and polished, but this is the first time Grinding Gear Games went for a port of their flagship game, thus this was expected. There is not any cross-platform play, but that is also expected. This is due to the different balancing of the peripheral differences for controller and mouse and keyboard. Being out on the Xbox One for only a year, PoE will still find plenty of improvements on a console and, if Grinding Gear Games finds enough reason, even cross-platform play.

The best thing about PoE, however, is that it is completely free-to-play along with all seven expansions currently released. You do not have to spend a single dollar to be able to experience the breadth of content it has. It does have a cash shop as is standard in F2P games, but everything that could be purchased there is mere vanity items that do nothing to improve your game. Grinding Gear Games is one of those developers that took an ethical stance with cash shops, by maintaining that there will never be an advantageous purchase over another player that does not want to spend a dime on PoE. Perhaps the only somewhat essential item on the cash shop is the extra bank space that would not normally be purchasable with in-game PoE currency. However, many players would find this forgivable as it is not a game-changing thing. It will make your dungeon crawling considerably easier though.

Just Like Diablo But More

It is very similar in scope and size to the Diablo franchise with its sprawling, loot-laden dungeons and drop-in/drop-out co-op where enemies scale according to the number of players. However, there is much more content in PoE due to Grinding Gear Games’ penchant for releasing updates and expansions on a regular basis. PoE is already up to its seventh expansion in the form of War for the Atlas. There is a whole slew of things to do and explore – much more than Diablo III’s meager vanilla game and its single expansion, Reaper of Souls.

With an interesting storyline and hours upon hours of fun, Path of Exile is proving to be a serious contender for Diablo III’s crown as the undisputed king of isometric ARPGs. It is a wonder how PoE does not have the same level of fame as its predecessor. Grinding Gear Games simply does not have the advertising power Blizzard has since it is an indie company. If you would like a break from Diablo III’s seasonal resets, you may want to give PoE a try for a fresh take on the ARPG genre.