It's official, Escape From Tarkov is handing out stacks of free stuff to eagle-eyed players ready to put in a few codes, and if you want to get hold of some of the best armour, guns and ammo in the game it can be yours by just entering a code on Escape From Tarkov's website.
There's no limit to have many of these you can redeem, so strap in, enter a stack of codes, and you can walk away with the chaddiest of chad gear. There's a caveat - you might as well use this gear as soon as you can, because with a drop this large there's no doubt that the next Tarkov wipe is coming.
How do you enter promotional codes for Escape From Tarkov?
There are two ways to redeem codes for Escape From Tarkov. You can redeem codes on the website or you can redeem your codes through the launcher.
On the website, the process is as follows:
Go to the Escape From Tarkov website.
Click profile on the top right.
Click on Activate Promo Code (or just click here, when logged in)
If you want to do this via the launcher, here's the process:
Log in to the BSG Launcher
On the top right, click the arrow next to Online.
A dropdown will appear, click on Activate code.
Escape From Tarkov promo codes
To get all of the booty that Battlestate Games are handing out, you will need to enter all of the following codes using the method above.
S00NS00N (this is 0 the number, rather than O the letter.)
PINEWOOD (O the letter, rather than 0 the number)
What will the codes give me?
Strap in, there's a ton of stuff here in bullet point form.
20 AP Lapua rounds (a single shot kill at any distance to any body part)
An MK-18 marksman rifle (for firing the AP Lapua rounds)
Five labs keycards
a keycard holder
A Slick armor
A Redut-M armor
120 PS12B ammo
A RSH-12 Revolver
A CR-50DS Revolver
A Death Knight helmet
120 HP .44 Rounds
A medical case
Two ammo cases
One weapons case
Knight's armour, the CPC Goon Edition
An MDR Killtube
This is a ridiculous haul and is a definite sign that for this wipe at least, the end is very nigh. So take this stuff out, have fun, and try to get some frags before everything gets lost like tears in the rain.
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