Battle Royales are taking over the gaming industry and there is no doubt about that. Just take for example how more than 25 million players joined Apex Legends only one week after the game was launched. However, Battle Royales are also available to mobile games and titles such as Garena Fire offer amazing action-packed experiences that mobile players can’t find anywhere else.
Garena Fire is a mobile Battle Royale that resemblances the famous PUBG when it comes to design. However, Garena Fire differs itself form PUBG by offering a bunch of unique features that are designed to make the multiplayer game fun to play. To make things even better, third-party developers have created Mods for Garena Fire which introduce a plethora of other features that make the game even more exciting to play.
Garena Fire Mod 1.27.0 APK Version
The latest update for Garena Fire Mod sports the 1.27.0 version number and it is available in the form of APK (android package kit). This means that the new 1.27.0 version of the mod can only be installed on Android powered smartphones. We should mention that the latest update for Garena Fire Mod requires a smartphone that runs on a minimum of Android 4.0.3 and 56MB of free internal storage space.
Now that we presented the latest update for Garena Fire Mod, let’s check out what are some of the game’s highlight features so that new players know what they are getting into.
- Realistic and Smooth Graphics
The graphics are what make Garena Fire mod stand out when compared to other mobile games. The realistic and smooth graphics make the gunplay feel incredible.
- 10 Minutes Matches with 50 Players
If you are the type of person who loves action, then Garena Fire Mod is just what you need. A round in this game lasts for ten minutes.
- Survival Shooter
Just like in games such as Fortnite and PUBG, the items in Garena Fire Mod are dropped randomly around the map and players need to hurry up and pick them up before their enemies.
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