Garena's Free Fire: A mobile battle game with over 50 million daily active users
Garena's Free Fire game has recorded over 450 million registered users across the world. The game is currently considered "most downloaded mobile battle royale games" with the number getting more than 50 million daily active users.
Garena's Free Fire is the planet's highly renowned mobile battle royale game that has been created and designed in such a unique way that the gaming aficionados get the premium battle royale experience while playing. Specially designed for mobile handsets, Free Fire consists of the unique guild system and story arcs for the main characters that ensure the players get the epitome of enjoyment with the other co-players.
The good part of Free Fire is that it is downloadable to almost any smartphone. The features are kept quite easy so that the players can commence playing with smaller maps offered for a new era immersive experience in every round.
The smartphone game Free Fire is rapidly getting popular and has already turned out as one of the most favorite games across the world. The game has recorded over 450 million users by May this year and was the third most downloaded mobile game and the most downloaded battle royale game globally across the Google Play and iOS App Stores combined in the second quarter of the current year. According to App Annie, the game continued to float in the top rank by monthly active users in Latin America in the second quarter of 2019.
On the other hand, Free Fire has become highly popular across the gaming community for recording a near to 270,000 attendees at Garena World 2019, a two-day event that hosted the first-ever Free Fire World Cup. It also garnered over 27 million online views and observed peak concurrent viewers of more than 1.1 million over YouTube.
The gamers can download the game from the Android Play Store and from the Apple Store free of cost. Stay tuned to Devdiscourse to get the latest updates on the video games.
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