Garena Free Fire is a great mobile game that took the Battle Royale mode to the next level. The developers who created Garena Free Fire noticed just how annoying and lackluster it can be while playing other Battle Royale titles such as PUBG because nothing ever happens. Players need to be active in order to find gunfights and this is why the developers of Garena Free Fire decided to go a different route. In Garena Free Fire, players are encouraged to fight and this is why this mobile game is played by millions of people from all over the world.
Another great thing that the developers of Garena Free Fire are doing is that they keep improving the game on a regular basis with new updates. The latest update for Garena Free Fire sports the 1.31.0 version number and it was released yesterday. Therefore, we are advising all Garena Free Fire fans to connect their smartphones to a stable Wi-Fi network and download the new update as soon as possible.
Garena Free Fire 1.31.0 Update
As previously noted, the latest update for is being rolled out right now via OTA (over the air) channels and it sports the 1.31.0 version number. What we didn’t mention is that this is a high priority update for all Garena Free Fire fans. The reason behind this is that the update aims to improve the overall gameplay experience of Garena Free Fire and to make the game more immersive. The way that the new update does that is introducing a bunch of software tweaks that make the gameplay feel smoother and less buggy.
Since we are talking about Garena Free Fire, we also want to share a couple of quick tips that will help all players improve their skills overnight.
- Land in less-crowded areas of the map;
- Wait for the safe zone;
- Use rocks, bushes as covers in the last minutes of the game;
- Always stay at the limit of the boundary zone.
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