In under ten hours, Garena Free Fire MAX has surpassed 10 million downloads.

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According to reports, Free Fire Max received 10 million downloads in the first 10 hours on Google Play, and the game has a 4.5 rating on Google App Store.

On September 28, Free Fire MAX, the upgraded version of the famous online BR game Free Fire, was published. While FF fans awaited the game’s release, Garena’s new BR game has already surpassed 10 million downloads in the Google Play Store in less than a day.

In less than a day, Free Fire MAX has racked up 10 million downloads.
According to Insidesport, Free Fire MAX received 10 million downloads in the first 10 hours on the Play Store. The new game has received a 4.5 rating in the Google App Store, which is not surprising given the old title’s popularity in the BR mobile community. There are over 12 lakh reviews for the game, with many praising the graphics and visual enhancements.

What’s new in Free Fire Max?
At first glance, Free Fire Max appears to be no different than any other BR game in which players are dropped on a deserted island. However, as compared to the previous edition, the new game now has a slew of graphic enhancements, including improved lobby animations. Even terrain and vehicles have been improved, and new vehicle effects have been added to ‘add authenticity.’ Furthermore, improved sound effects provide a more immersive experience when shooting firearms. Early critics have stated that Free Fire Max intends to provide a customized experience that allows players to choose between traditional and new music, visual effects, and animation.

If you’ve just begun playing the game and are seeking for ways to gain Free Fire Max diamonds to buy in-game products, there are a few things you can do to receive diamonds for free, such as GPT applications, level up passes, or a weekly or monthly membership that will double your diamonds. The game is available for download on Android and iOS, but if you want to play it on a computer, here’s a step-by-step guide to get you started.




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