After 18 months of ban, Free Fire was going to be launched again in India. The game was banned by the Indian government for 18 months due to national security concerns. Free Fire is set to return to India after 18 months.
Garena Free Fire was supposed to launch in India on 5th September But the developers of the game announced that the aspiring players of the game will have to wait for some more time. They wrote on social media pages “To ensure that we give all our Free Fire India fans the best possible experience right from the start, we will be pushing back the launch by a few more weeks. In addition to refining the gameplay, we are taking some time to complete the localization of the Free Fire India experience.”
According to the post by Gerena developers, players will have to wait for some more time but there is another good news for the players. This time, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is going to come as the brand ambassador of Garena Free Fire in India. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s character will be seen as a player named “Thala”.
After taking a hiatus, Free Fire is going to be launched for the second time in India due to national security. The report says the developers are working on creating more localized content that will include some more exclusive content. There will be a playing limit due to which you will not be able to play continuously for hours. The game will also emphasize that this is a virtual scene and not a real-life scene.
The Free Fire development team is taking the time to provide more experience to the players. The game’s release date is still unknown, only a few more weeks to wait. The game is being reworked to comply with Indian authorities.
Free Fire followers can wait for a few days or register the game by the Google Play Store.