Free Fire, one of the lightest games in the style Battle Royale (as Playerunknown's Battlegrounds) has just been updated on Android. The game is now available on Spain's Google Play. The highlight is that it is now 100% in Spanish and with a very low ping server.
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In Free Fire, up to 30 players will face each other on a gigantic map. The objective is to be the last survivor and for that, you can shoot opponents and even run over them with vehicles, as it is possible to drive cars in the game.
The game arrives a few days after Bullet Strike and shows how the Battle Royale genre is in full swing on mobile. Every day a game comes out with better graphics, more mechanics and gameplay, and much more fun.
Free Fire stands out for being very light and still having a better look than Bullet Strike. In addition, the game makes a point of making it clear that Battle Royale starts with the “plane” (I felt this reference).
Free Fire arrives pinning rivals, with good gameplay, bigger map and without the need for a ticket (energy limiter). The game is free to download and play and runs well even on older devices. Impressive work by the Thai studio 111dots to bring another game of the Battle Royale genre on mobile phones.
Download Links: ANDROID
Developer: 111dots Studio (2Game)
Advertising: Yes | Online game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 4.0
Language: Spanish | Size: 250 MB
Tip from reader Denis Fernandes who posted about the game in the Group on our blog.
[originally published November 9, 2017]