Garena Free Fire Battlegrounds – Minimum Requirements and Download

If you like battle royale-type games for smartphones, with nice graphics and challenging gameplay, then Free Fire Battlegrounds is undoubtedly for you. A lot of people are comparing it with the even more famous PUBG.

The game involves players on a large map, where immediately they are forced to fight and search for weapons, in order to reach the designated locations. There’s a maximum of 50 players on the same map, which is unique for a battle royale game for mobiles.

Minimum Requirements

You will need 700 MB of storage on your phone for the installation of Garena Free Fire Battlegrounds, but some extra space is also required for additional data. At least 2 GB of RAM is also needed. As for the operating system, the game demands at least Android 2.3 or iOS 8.0.

Probably anybody can afford themselves a phone with the above specs, so it’s nice to see that you don’t necessarily need some flagship to enjoy all the cool features of Free Fire. Just grab a decent phone and show your friends who’s boss in the game!

Download

Keep in mind that you can get Free Fire Battlegrounds from Google Play and Apple App Store. It’s risky to try getting it elsewhere, since the web is loaded with malicious software like Trojans, Worms, Malware, Ransomware, etc. And also, if you find a modified version and install it, you may be banned for using hacks, and you won’t be able to continue the game from where you left it. In other words, you’ll lose all your in-game progress. And, of course, it’s not worth it.

Garena Free Fire has become an instant hit, reaching by October 2018 the mark of 7.5 million players (reflected by the number of downloads) on Android devices only. Free Fire had become one of the most downloaded Android games of 2018, hitting big titles like PUBG Mobile and Clash Royale.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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