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About Garena Free Fire - Illuminate

Garena Free Fire is an incredibly popular third-person shooter with battle royale and team deathmatch modes. If you want something that’s goofier than PUBG and more serious than Fortnite, Garena Free Fire is the game for you!

Garena Free Fire Description

Battle royales took the world by storm several years ago. While the fad has died out, the titans of the genre are here to stay. Garena Free Fire is an unbelievably popular take on the classic battle royale with tight mobile controls and plenty of unlockable skins and characters. Whether you’re playing just for progression, you enjoy the fast queues and fast battle royale action, or you’d like to check out other modes (including team deathmatch and pve), Garena Free Fire has something for you.

Part of what makes Garena Free Fire so fun is how effortlessly it achieves a goldilocks solution. PUBG feels a bit too serious (especially with some of the things you can do in the game), while Fortnite is a cartoony skin festival that emphasizes building over classical shooter gameplay. Garena Free Fire is a lot more grounded than Fortnite, but it’s got a much more fun-centric aesthetic than PUBG. Between your auto-equipped air snowboard, the monster trucks and other zany vehicles, and the colorful, stylish skins that you can equip, it’s clear that this game values fun more than realism.

Garena Free Fire is incredibly populated, and queues are fast. Part of the reason has to do with the small size of the game and the willingness to add bots to reduce queue times, but the game has been used more than 500 million times.This means that there are more Garena Free Fire players than United States citizens. The smaller lobbies aren’t any less action-packed than the massive maps of PUBG or Fortnite, either. While you get blobbed down by hordes of enemies a bit less, you get plenty of 1v1s, squad vs squads, and small skirmishes between 3, 4, or 5 players. This means that the game feels a lot more strategic and skillful and a lot less like you’re just running away from a mob of enemies.

If you’re interested in battle royales, you should definitely check out Garena Free Fire. It’s an incredibly polished game with plenty of content that’s been added since launch. Given that the game is completely free and quite small, it is more than worth your time.

Like other battle royale games, the key to mastering Garena Free Fire is to match your playstyle with your strengths and weaknesses. Some people like sitting back and “camping,” staying in cover and gunning down any foes that come within line of sight. This is great for patient players, players who know the map and can find the best spots, and newer players who are still learning the map. Other people prefer to stay active, hunt down targets, and move quickly to high-value loot and supply drops. These players need good movement, good aim, and great knowledge of the map so that they always know where and how to retreat.

If you’re new, you’ll probably want to start out with the more passive, observation-based playstyle. As you master the game’s controls, learn maps, and get better at movement, you can begin dropping in the high-value loot circle and testing yourself in early combat. Don’t be discouraged by losses. Instead, try to learn from your mistakes and queue again.

If you’re totally new to battle royales, take things slowly at the start. The first rule of Garena Free Fire is to make sure that you can’t be seen. Don’t loot in the open, crouch down and use terrain to limit which areas can see you, and always be ready to duck into a building. If you get pinned down, figure out where the attackers are shooting from and try to come out of cover at different angles to surprise them. With a bit of practice, you’ll be able to win duels with the best players around.

Try to predict the movement of other players and set yourself up to catch them. As the circle starts to shrink, for example, consider pointing yourself at valleys and pathways that players can use to get into the circle. If you’re already set up with a rifle, you’ll be able to get easy kills on panicking players running into the safe zone.

Are you a Garena Free Fire master? Who are your favorite characters to play as? Do you have any tips or tricks to share? Let us know in the comments below!




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