Are you struggling to complete the “Insomnia” quest in Escape From Tarkov? Look no further!
This guide will walk you through every step of this challenging quest, providing you with the information and resources you need to emerge victorious. Whether you’re a seasoned Tarkov veteran or new to the game, our comprehensive guide has something for everyone. So grab your gear and get ready to dive in – it’s time to escape from Tarkov!
Battlestate Games is hard at work on a Windows version of Escape from Tarkov, a multiplayer tactical first-person shooter. The game’s fictional setting is Norvinsk, where a war is raging between two private military corporations (United Security “USEC” and the Battle Encounter Assault Regiment “BEAR”). Players participate in “raids,” where they battle other humans and AI for loot and try to make it out alive.
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Details of the Escape From Tarkov Insomnia Quest
Greetings, soldier! Do you sleep well at nights? Fine? Well, folks in Tarkov do not sleep: I used to send my handlers at night and was sure that they would make it to the point of destination, but some smartass has seen this through, they pin my men down at nights as if it was in broad daylight, I’ve already lost three handlers to these fuckers. Long story short, I want you to thin the lines of these night gunmen, but be careful. There must be some serious folks with some serious gear, since you don’t find NVGs easily these days…
- Kill all PMC personnel between 22:00 and 05:00. (Excluding Factory)
- +18,200 XP
- ~85,000 Roubles
- +0.02 reputation with Prapor
- 2x PNV-10T Night Vision Goggles
Not bad, not bad. Perhaps it will be calmer now, plus you’ve made those bastards think twice before they decide to go lurking in the night again. Here’s your reward, go get yourself some good sleep.
Insomnia Quest Guide
Since the absence of Factory will almost certainly slow down the pace of this quest, there isn’t much to say about it.
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The easiest way to get kills for insomnia
You could switch the simplest raids at night. There is no extreme darkness. You’ll encounter people if you rush the power plant.