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Garena Free Fire is an online-only action-adventure battle royale game played
in a third person perspective.

The game consists of up to 50 players falling from a parachute on an island in
search of weapons and equipment to kill the other players. Players are free to
choose their starting position, take weapons and supplies to extend their
battle life.

When players join a game, they will enter a plane, which will fly over the
island. While the plane is flying over the island, the players can jump where
they want, thus allowing them to choose a strategic place to land away from
enemies. After landing, the players must then go looking for weapons and
utility items. Medical equipment, medium and large weapons, grenades, and
other items featured can be found throughout the island. The ultimate goal of
the players is to survive on the island with a maximum of 50-51 players
online; this requires eliminating all opponents the players encounter along
the way and ensuring that they are the only survivor remaining. The available
safe area of the game's map decreases in size over time, directing the
surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters. The last player or
team standing wins the round. The game will be receiving a major update on
Monday, December 7, bringing changes to the training map as well as
introducing some updated guns.[10]


The graphics were described as having "a benefit for mid and low specification
phones", but a reviewer stated that "if games with good graphics are your
thing then we don't recommend that you play Free Fire Battlegrounds. But if
you like battle royale games and want to have fun with your friends, you
should definitely play."[11]

Tais Carvalho of TechTudo commented that Free Fire "prioritizes performance,
making it a great choice for any type of device. The gameplay stands out and
has enough content to entertain and offer rewarding combat." Regarding the
progression of characters and skills, she said it is "a flashy add-on."[12]

In the Google Play annual list of "Best Apps of the Year", Free Fire won in
the "Best Popular Vote Game" category of 2019, being the most publicly voted
in Brazil and in Thailand.[13][14][15]

Garena Free Fire is one of the most popular battle royale mobile games, behind
PUBG Mobile, Fortnite Battle Royale, and Call of Duty: Mobile. Free Fire was
the fourth most downloaded game on the Google Play Store in the fourth quarter
of 2018,[16] and was the fourth most downloaded game worldwide in 2018 on iOS
and the Google Play Store together.[17] The title earned approximately 182
million downloads in 2018, making it the second most downloaded battle royale
mobile game (above Fortnite Battle Royale and behind only PUBG Mobile),[18]
and grossed approximately $19.3 million in monthly revenues through December
2018, becoming a significant financial success for Garena.[19][20] As of
February 2020, Free Fire has 500 million downloads on the Google Play Store

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