- Street Fighter V heroes are arriving in Garena’s Free Fire as the game’s latest mash-up collaboration
- Ryu and Chun-Li skins and other SFV assets will be available to Free Fire players who are looking to liven up their experience
- Free Fire has collaborated with several other celebrities and companies before to bring a unique experience for players
Street Fighter’s Ryu and Chun-Li will be part of Free Fire’s latest mash-up which will launch as a collaboration between Capcom and Garena in July.
Capcom’s Popular Fighting Characters Join Free Fire
An unexpected collaboration between Free Fire and Capcom’s Street Fighter V will have fans see the popular FGC title characters, Ryu and Chun-Li, join the battle royale game.
Capcom may have a reputation for angrily safeguarding its intellectual property and often going against grassroots tournament hosts, but on this occasion, Garena’s Free Fire will be able to benefit from the player-favorite assets in an entirely new, and let’s faced – bizarre setting.
After all, SFV heroes are hardly the stuff of the battle royale genre, but as it turns out, they may be. The collaboration will launch at some point in July, and details are currently kept under wraps, but the information is forthcoming.
Picking Street Fighter, though, is a great way for Free Fire to put itself on the map and draw attention from the fighting games community. Garena has signed numerous mash-ups in the past with the goal of incentivizing new audiences into giving the game a try.
Collaborating with Celebrities is Free Fire’s Element
Free Fire signed up a marketing campaign with Cristiano Ronaldo and Hrithik Roshan, a Bollywood actor, and it has been actively introducing new characters and personalities to spice up and liven up the game environment one way or another.
The game’s success with past collaborations will surely help it create the most authentic and entertaining SFV mash-up available in gaming metaverse. Attack on Titan and One-Punch Man were both two successful campaigns that Free Fire carried out with accuracy and precision.
Garena recently introduced McLaren skins to allow players to get behind the wheel of a new, pimped-up ride as part of their survivalist showdown in Garena’s ambitious and fast-growing game.
Free Fire is one of the most successful free-to-play games, with an estimated 350 million users on average every month. The daily peaks have fluctuated from anything between 42 and 80 million. The daily average reached an all-time peak of 80 million in May 2020. Even though the game has close to 9 million followers on Twitch, it’s only watched by around 3,000 players when we checked in.