Free Fire Max download link, release date: As the name implies, the upcoming Free Fire Max is a much heavier version of the existing Battle Royale game Free Fire. The game is currently being tested in beta in selected counties for Android and iOS users. See the expected Free Fire Max release date and all other details here.
What is Free Fire Max?
Gerena has created this high-end version of the free Fire mobile game in popular demand. Players are known to want a good free fire experience. The upcoming Free Fire Max is said to have the same foundation but compared to the existing Free Fire Battle Royal game it will provide a completely different gaming experience. The Free Fire Max game is said to bring a lot of improved graphics, improved sound quality and animation such as zone effects and much more.
Free Fire Max release date in India
The free Fire Max beta version is currently being tested in selected countries but unfortunately not in India. The list of countries where beta versions are available includes Malaysia, Bolivia and Vietnam. The mobile game is being tested for both Android and iOS.
It clearly suggests that the game will not be released in India soon and there is no official way for players in the country to download and experience it. So, players must wait for Garena to announce the details of the official release of Free Fire Max in India.
If you still want to try out the free Fire Max game in India, the unofficial APK and OBB download link is available on the internet. However, we need to warn that these APK and OBB download links have not been verified and should be installed at your own risk.
Here are some free Fire Max APK and OBB download links that you can try:
APK file: https://bit.ly/2CFiP8R
OBB file: https://bit.ly/2ZwlBWI
Free Fire Max system requirements
To download the free Fire Max mobile game you need to remember some system requirements: free 1.5 GB storage, more than 2 GB RAM RAM, Android or iOS device and stable WiFi network.
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