We Need Support from Official Controllers

  • Escape from Tarkov does not (yet) have official controller support. The game’s input list is simply too large to map to a single controller. That’s likely why the Escape from Tarkov developers haven’t put any noticeable effort toward including controller support. For now, https://www.lolga.com/escape-from-tarkov-cash mouse and keyboard will be your best bet.With that said, we know some players prefer controllers over the mouse-and-keyboard combo. As luck would have it, it is technically possible to play Escape from Tarkov using a controller. However, you’ll need to be prepared to jump through some hoops with unofficial workarounds.

    The trouble stems from the high-stakes nature of Escape from Tarkov gameplay. Before entering a gameplay session with their main character, players gear up from their own https://www.lolga.com/ personal stockpile of weapons and gear. If they die during that session, all their equipment can be looted by other players in the game. Things play out similarly if the game crashes. Even with in-fiction insurance, there’s no guarantee you’ll get your loot back when the game crashes.

    If you haven't checked it out yet, you can pre-order Escape From Tarkov now and get instant access to its closed beta. There are no microtransactions in Escape From Tarkov, but there are Escape From Tarkov Money currently four editions, three of which will secure you additional gear and a bigger stash at the start. In-game currency like the aforementioned roubles are used to purchase weapons, ammo, firearm mods, medical supplies, and more, either via in-game NPC traders or the player-run flea market.