Which Free Fire character is better for Season 7’s Clash Squad mode: DJ Alok or Elite Andrew?

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Garena Free Fire provides its users with a variety of gameplay modes and maps. Clash Squad, on the other hand, is the most well-known arcade mode.

In a series of rounds, two teams compete against each other. The match is won by the team that wins the most rounds. Season 7 of Clash Squad is still going on, and players are pushing their ranks to prove their worth in the game.

This article analyzes and contrasts two of the better characters, DJ Alok and Elite Andrew, to see who will be the superior Clash Squad Season 7 option in Free Fire.

Analyzing DJ Alok and Elite Andrew in Garena Free Fire

Elite Andrew

Elite Andrew or Andrew "the Fierce" is the upgraded/awakened version of Andrew in Free Fire

Wolf Pack’s ability Passive Elite is a skill type. Andrew (Awakened Andrew) has the talent (Armor Specialist) of the original Andrew character as well as his awakened passive ability, Wolf Pack.

It decreases armor damage by 8%, and if teammates also have Elite Andrew’s talent, each of them receives an additional 15% damage reduction. At maximum level, this ability decreases armor damage by 14%. (Level 6).

DJ Alok

DJ Alok is a prominent character in Garena Free Fire

Drop the Beat is an active DJ Alok ability that creates a 5m aura that improves ally movement speed by 10% and recovers 5 HP/s for 5 seconds.

Players can level up this active ability to level 6, increasing ally movement speed by 15% and restoring 5 HP/s for ten seconds, using universal fragments.

Conclusion: Who is the best of the two?
For the Clash Squad mode, both DJ Alok and Elite Andrew are solid alternatives. The former’s talent, on the other hand, is more dominating.

Andrew protects players from serious damage. During close-combat fights, however, Alok’s HP replenishing and movement speed improving skill gives him an extra advantage.

Disclaimer: Character choice is an individual decision, and prioritizing one over the other solely depends on the player’s playing style.




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