Free Fire Battle Arena

Garena Free Fire, the world’s hottest mobile battle royale game, will launch its latest patch tomorrow with a variety of Survivor-requested improvements, including updates to Clash Squad – Ranked, enhanced anti-hack measures, the return of Purgatory, a replacement character, and far more!

The first season of Free Fire’s Clash Squad – Ranked will begin on June 4, 2020, largely shaped by feedback from Survivors who took part within the game mode’s preseason. Season 1 will add features like a replacement leaderboard for kills and win rate, a career performance page within the player’s profile, temporary bans for Survivors who leave too often during matches, and seasonal rank rewards. Survivors who reach Gold III are going to be rewarded with a Clash Squad – Ranked season 1 exclusive Desert Eagle gun skin, The Aquila chrysaetos.

Free Fire

Keeping Free Fire fair and balanced for all Survivors is that the game’s favourite priority. Since April, Free Fire has been taking strong actions against hackers, but it’s not stopping there. New anti-hack systems are being implemented into the sport to make sure nobody is getting a foothold over competitors through the utilization of unauthorised third-party programs. Permanent bans are going to be issued to any player who is found to be cheating.

Free Fire’s latest patch also includes the return of Purgatory – Classic, a replacement version of Bomb Squad with more obvious objectives, additional Emote slots per Survivor, Active Skill Exchange between characters, and therefore the new M82B precision rifle that’s capable of penetrating the gloo wall!

Last, but never least, is that the addition of the new character Wolfrahh alongside the primary flying pet, Falco. Wolfrahh may be a 19-year old Swedish computer game streamer and esports player whose in-game skill, Limelight, is powered by his viewers. With every additional viewer that tunes in or every additional kill made, damage taken from headshots decreases by {10/11/12/13/14/15}%, up to {25}% while damage the inflicts on the enemy’s limbs increases by {15/16/17/18/19/20}%, up to {25}%.