New screenshots released for Escape from Tarkov, showcasing the Shoreline location

Battlestate Games has released some new screenshots for its hardcore story-driven MMO game, Escape from Tarkov. These new screenshots showcase the Shoreline location, the second closest location to the military checkpoint at the port area entrance. The Shoreline is characterized by a noticeably larger size than any other Tarkov locations, as well as varied landscapes and objects.

Its territory houses a partially abandoned village, modern private housing, and fields, long shoreline with a boating facility, gas station, weather station, cellular base station and other interesting places.

Its main point of interest is the large “Azure Coast” health resort, consisting of several buildings with its own hydroelectric power plant. Moreover, the main exit from the map will be located next to the main Russian Armed Forces checkpoint at the Port entrance.

Escape from Tarkov is an MMOFPS with RPG elements. Thanks to its upgraded graphics engine, the game now supports improved shaders with added PBR features, ambient light portals (improved indoor lighting), complete and improved sky lighting in full daylight cycle, new SSAO, contact ambient obscurance, new tonemapping, eye adaptation, improved SSR (screen space reflections), new color correction, reworked and improved most of the materials and textures of characters, weapons, and objects, as well as optimized terrain and vegetation.

Escape from Tarkov is currently under a closed beta phase!

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