Here are the notes and updates for Escape from Tarkov’s Patch

Fixing Trakov bugs one update at a time.

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A new update for Escape from Tarkov was rolled out today. Battlestate Games released Patch to fix several bugs and issues in the game.

The game was down for around two hours while the update was taking place. It mainly features bug fixes, like the grenade launcher’s load status bug and problems with bot behavior.

The update also optimized the game’s memory usage, which should result in smoother gameplay overall regardless of the hardware being used. Here’s the full list of fixes and changes that were made by Battlestate in the update:

  • Optimizations of memory consumption.
  • A bug with the grenade launcher’s load status.
  • A bug with the glass shader (face shields).
  • Error when purchasing items in exchange for dogtags.
  • A bug when the character did not leave the location, after the reconnect at the “train” exfil.
  • Various fixes for bot behavior.
  • Various bugs and problems on locations.
  • Various minor bugs and problems.

After the update, players also noticed that the value of bitcoin returned to 150,000. The speed glitch wasn’t fixed in this update, however, which was noticed by players at the end of July.

Players can still expect Patch 12.8 this month, but Battlestate hasn’t said what it’ll contain. Patch 12.9 will come in September and will bring Chest Rig and Plate Carriers customization. October holds the 13.0 update, which will add the Streets of Tarkov map.