Connect with us

Escape From Tarkov: How to Get Fuel

escape from tarkov, fuel
Guides

Escape From Tarkov: How to Get Fuel

If you’re playing Escape From Tarkov, then you’re likely already well aware of how precise and important resources are in the game. Fuel is one of those few items you’ll rely on heavily, though it’s as scarce as you’d imagine for an apocalyptic situation. Here is everything you need to know about how to get fuel in Escape From Tarkov.

The first thing you’ll need to know is that fuel is used to power the generator in your hideout. This base of operations is where you can regroup and get things set up for your escape.

How to Get Fuel in Escape From Tarkov

As you can imagine, powering a large hideout is going to take a lot of fuel. This means you’ll need to fill it up regularly if you want to maintain the power for your hideout.

In order to get gas and fill it up, you’ll need one of the two gas tanks in the game.

The first tank is the Expeditionary fuel tank. This holds 60 fuel, which powers your generator for 14 hours and 26 minutes.

The second container is much larger, called the Metal fuel tank. With this bigger tank, the generator can run for 25 hours without needing to refuel.

To find either of these tanks, all you have to do is look around the map. The Expeditionary is blue, while the Metal tank is grey.

If you’re having trouble finding them, eight Crickent Lighters and six Zibbo lighters create an Expeditionary tank. Metal tanks can be purchased from Jaeger (level 2) for a bunch of matches.

Time needed: 5 minutes.

How to Fuel in Escape From Tarkov

  1. Get the Expeditionary or Metal fuel tanks located throughout the world.

    These can also be crafted or bought.

  2. Fill up the Generator.

  3. Restock every 14 hours and 26 minutes for the Expeditionary tank.

  4. Restock every 25 hours for the Metal tank.

That is everything you need to know about how to get fuel in Escape From Tarkov.

For more helpful tricks, including how to play with friends and how to extract, check out the rest of Twinfinite.

Comments
Continue Reading
To Top