With smartphones becoming increasingly sophisticated, it was only natural that mobile games would follow suit, with Garena’s Free Fire serving as the first example.
With the release of Free Fire Max, a standalone mobile game, players will be able to experience the same Free Fire gameplay that gamers all over the world have come to know and love, but with improved technical specifications.
Pre-registered users will be eligible for exclusive rewards and will be able to take advantage of Free Fire Max as soon as it becomes available at the end of September, when it officially launches.
Free Fire Max will provide users all over the world with an optimized Free Fire experience that includes improved graphics and features, as well as an in-app map feature that can be customized.
A new custom map editor has been added, which allows players to drag and drop buildings and objects onto an open space, which can then be shared and played with friends in a private room.
For players of Free Fire, Free Fire Max will offer the same content and gameplay as the original Free Fire, but with improved graphics and features. Among the improvements are more realistic maps, more immersive gameplay, and new Free Fire Max-exclusive features in the works.
For those who are using older smartphone hardware, there is no need to be concerned because Free Fire Max and Free Fire players can play together regardless of which version of the game they are playing.
In order to accommodate these new enhancements, Free Fire Max is supported by Firelink technology, which is proprietary to Free Fire and allows for complete interoperability between Free Fire Max and the rest of the Free Fire product line.
Players can login to Free Fire Max with their existing Free Fire account, allowing them to sync all of their account progress and game items across both applications.
Free Fire Max will be made available to the general public on September 28th. Free Fire Max pre-registrations will be accepted on the Google Play store and at this pre-registration website from now until September 27, 2018.