- Garena has announced that the definitive release of Free Fire MAX will happen on September 28
- The new version of the game will feature upgraded graphics and overall quality
- Free Fire MAX will support full crossplay with the regular Free Fire, taking into consideration people with older mobile phones
Garena revealed Free Fire MAX, the improved version of the famous battle royale title, goes live on September 28.
Free Fire MAX Goes Live in a Week
Free Fire MAX is the long-awaited upgrade to Singaporean developer Garena’s much-beloved mobile battle royale shooter Free Fire. According to the developer, the game is ready to go on the market and will be released globally in a week, on September 28.
The MAX title upgrade will offer better experiences while still packing the same Free Fire energy that the game’s players enjoy. Free Fire MAX aims to dramatically boost the visual qualities of the game by improving the graphics without sacrificing performance.
Furthermore, Garena has promised that Free Fire MAX will improve the game’s features across the board, will have more realistic maps, and will plunge players into the action with far more immersive gameplay. Speaking of maps, the newer version of the game will include a unique customizable map option that isn’t present in the basic Free Fire.
Players can pre-register for Garena Free Fire MAX until September 27. Those who are enthusiastic about the game or are eager to try it out would do their best to not wait until release and register now as the developers have promised special rewards to preregistered accounts.
Free Fire and Free Fire MAX Players Can Play Together
Garena has planned things ahead and will have Free Fire MAX completely compatible with the default Free Fire. This impressive crossplay was possible through Garena’s own “Firelink technology”.
On one hand, this means that people who have the MAX version will still be able to play with their friends on the older game. On the other hand, people wouldn’t feel unnecessarily pressured to switch to the newer game. This will be especially beneficial to people with older devices that may have some issues in running Free Fire MAX.
Thanks to this compatibility between the two games people who want to make the change can do so without losing progress as their accounts will be synchronized with both versions. Thanks to that Free Fire veterans won’t feel like they had wasted their long hours of competitive play and instead will be able to continue playing as usual, while enjoying MAX’s improved graphics.