Garena Free Fire UPDATE
Garena Free Fire, a popular battle royale game on Android and iOS, will receive a major update on Monday, December 7, with changes to its training map and the introduction of several updated weapons. Updated rifles include the classic M4A1 Attack Petty and the updated P90 SMG. Damage and recoil have been modified for these two weapons. Advanced weapons replace advanced attachments for more enjoyable loot. During the update, players will be able to play the game as they normally would, and once they are updated, they will be able to try new patches. This update marked the beginning of the Chrono event, in which Galena shared with footballer Cristiano Ronnod. Players play Chrono, a character based on Ronaldo.
What developer Said?
Developer Garena announced on the official Free Fire website on Instagram and Facebook Garena that the maintenance downtime for updates will start on December 7 from 9:30 AM to 5:15 PM (IST). The developer said: “During this time, players will not be able to participate in the game, but they will be able to continue playing normally.” Players will be able to try new weapons and improved training maps during the game update.
Users can also collect a reward when updating the game. Bermuda Shell is introduced for fireworks, and dynamic music and lighting arcades are added to the game. Aside from this, Garena Free Fire has a Chrono Process event set to start after the update. There are also new skateboard tweaks and weapon stats adjustments.
Garena says Free Fire will get its first dual-use weapon –Vector Akimbo –which will allow users to inflict damage on their opponents with both hands. As mentioned, quite a few of the weapons will be modified. The M4A1 assault rifle will do more damage. And have an increased rate of fire as well as range, according to the post. The P90 SMG will also be tuned for additional damage, which will be counterbalanced by reducing recoil. Advanced weapons will replace advanced attachments for fun loot.