Garena’s Free Fire is a PUBG-like cell sport that lets gamers drop down in a map with 49 different gamers and survive to be the final man standing. However, not like PUBG Mobile, the sport lets gamers select from an inventory of varied in-game characters with completely different sorts of “special survival ability”.
Now, Garena, the Singapore-based writer of the cell sport, Free Fire just lately introduced a partnership with the Krrish-actor to mark the beginning of a brand new in-game marketing campaign, “Be The Hero”. This marketing campaign will allow the gamers to decide on Hritik’s in-game character, “Jai”, who’s the sport’s first Indian playable character.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the Free Fire universe and my official avatar, Jai, that the team has created, is so cool. I hope that all the players enjoy this unique experience,” stated Roshan in a press release.
So, with PUBG Mobile gone from the Indian market, Garena’s Free Fire goals to seize the Indian gaming group with extra India-focussed content material for the sport. However, with the announcement of the brand new “Fau-G” sport, the competitors shall be powerful.
“At Garena, we believe in the power of localisation. By offering our gaming community in India the unique opportunity to play as one of India’s most recognisable stars, we wanted to reaffirm our commitment to creating memorable experiences for players here,” acknowledged the Producer of the sport, Harold Teo.