If your favorite game to play on your smartphone is Garena Free Fire, then we have some awesome news to share with you. The mobile game has just received a new update that changes its version number to 1.38.2 and that comes with lots of cool features, game balance changes and even bug fixes that improve the overall software stability. With that said, let’s go ahead and check out everything there is to know about the new update.
Garena Free Fire 1.38.2 Update
As previously mentioned, the new update for Garena Free Fire sports the 1.38.2 version number. This is a high priority update and the developers of the mobile game are rolling it out via OTA (over the air) channels. Therefore, we are advising everyone who enjoys playing the Battle Royale to keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network and to download the new 1.38.2 update as soon as it pops up in their notifications panel.
The first system requirement for Garena Free Fire’s new update is to have at least 63.4MB of free internal storage space. Even though the update is targeted for smartphones that are powered by Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie, it can also be installed without any problems on smartphones that are running on the older Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Now, let’s go ahead and see what are the new features that the new update brings.
- New Character – Rafael
2. New Rank Tier – Grandmaster
3. RP calculation optimization.
4. M79 is now an airdrop only item.
5. Added Toxic Zone (Only in Bermuda – Casual)
6. New summer-themed spawn island.
7. New item – Gatling Gun
8. New Item – Repair Kit
9. Added Hot zone in Purgatory.
10. New settings available for custom rooms.
11. Weapon stats adjustment.
12. Added new difficulty and bosses in Death Uprising.
13. Auto pickup optimization.
14. Removed CG-15 from casual and ranked.
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