Free Fire (Series) Review
Posted: 9 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
Players parachute down to the map, then must look for weapons and utility items such as medical equipment, guns, grenades and other firearms. The goal is to be the last player standing. As with other Battle Royale games, the playable area of the map shrinks.
The game is continually updated and improved. This brings changes to the map as well as introducing some updated guns and tweaking characters. Garena is currently working on an enhanced version of Free Fire which will be called Free Fire Max.
Content Rating: PEGI 12
Release Date: 29/10/2018
Platforms: Android and iOS
Genres: Action, Platform and Shooting
This game is free to play. Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience.
You don’t need a paid subscription to play this game online. You can earn enhancements, in-game characters and items. You can also purchase diamonds with real-world currency, which can also be used to purchase in-game characters and items. You can buy bundles of diamonds in different sized bundles £0.69 – £99.99 per item.
- Weekly Membership Subscription
- Monthly Membership
- Diamond Bundle
- Special Airdrop 950
- Special Airdrop 468
It's rated 12+ on the Apple App store for Infrequent/Mild Profanity, Frequent/Intense Cartoon Violence, Horror Themes, Simulated Gambling, Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References and Infrequent Suggestive Themes.
There are splashes of red blood when players are shot, but you can change the colour of this along with the symbol that appears. There are some female characters dressed as a nurses or schoolgirls with revealing outfits. There are also gambling mini-games and an encouragement to purchase in-game currency.
Parents should also note that there is a chat feature where players have been added to their friends list. As you can make in-app purchases it's important to ensure you have passwords on any credit cards on your device.
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