Free Fire is getting bigger with it’s newest patch, Operation Chrono, bringing tons of new content, weapons, and a new season of Clash Squad. Do you want to dual-wield weapons? Good news! The first dual wielding weapons are here!
Dual Wielding and Weapon Upgrades
Let’s start off with our new dual-wielded toy, the Vector Akimbo. According to the official word on it, the Vector Akimbo has a “relatively short effective range, its devastating power in close range assaults makes it an ideal weapon for Survivors who like to get up close and personal with their enemies.”
It’s seriously cool.
As with any game patch, some tweaks are coming to older weapons, so expect some balancing to the M4 and P90. According to the news, advanced attachments are being completely replaced with “advanced weapons,” which can help Survivors get themselves prepared for battle much quicker.
Clash Squad Season Four and Training Grounds Currency
Didn’t we say there’s a new season of Clash Squad? The fourth season starts very soon! If you can get yourself up to Gold III, you’ll be able to grab that Golden P90 skin. Along with the season, this path will make it where if you’re in a premade team, you’ll be matched with other premade teams. Solo players will match up with other solo teammates. It’s a simple touch. But, you can expect teaming to be a lot smoother.
A year ago, Free Fire added the Training Grounds, which is super chill and players really love it. Training Grounds is getting its own currency in this patch, known as Bermuda Shells. The first thing you’ll be able to spend them on is the firework. Just like the relaxing Training Grounds, earning them is as simple as playing some of the minigames or social activities. Speaking of minigames, the new Music Arcade lets you play on a giant floor-button piano and create music with your friends, akin to the Tom Hanks movie “Big.”
Free Fire Loads Up On More Improvements
Other improvements to the game are along for the ride. If you’ve ever thought the Fire Pass interface was hard to manage, it’s been renovated. The rank mode did as well, which got a new interface, and changes made to the electric surfboard. The new Free Fire Partner program lets certified players and celebrities partner with Garena and Free Fire.
Finally, they’ve finally given players a way to save up to two sets of in-game HUDs for those that need a change every once in a while. Many of these changes are due to Garena paying a lot of attention to player feedback.
If you’re looking to test your luck, the most recent Luck Royale is packed with some stuff! If you haven’t tried out Free Fire yet, what are you even doing here? Go download it, for free, and get going!