Escape from Tarkov video shows off intricate weapon modding ability

The newest video for Escape from Tarkov shows off the myriad of options available just for weapon customization.

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Weapon modding is a mechanism that helps to differentiate different MMO's and adds a level of interactivity and fun to the game. Escape from Tarkov has an incredibly deep weapon customization mechanism, one that lets you take thousands, and possibly even millions of different combinations and put it all together for a truly unique amalgamations of destructive power.

The new video that Battlestate games has released shows off just a tiny fraction of the possibilities that'll be available when it's finally available for us to dive into. From the looks of it, you'll be able to change nearly anything, from the muzzle, the barrel, stock, sites, magazines and the paint job. Check it out above, and see how it's done. If other games and their player-made economies are anything to go by, then the vast array of things that you can swap out to change your weapons might make for a very fun and lucrative way to make money in-game.

Escape from Tarkov is a hardcore story-driven MMO that combines elements of FPS' and RPG's for a unique expereince. The events take place in the Russian city of Tarkov, which has been sealed of 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 you feel more connected to the events that are happening in the game.

Escape from Tarkov video shows off intricate weapon modding ability |

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