After collaborating with the world-famous band BTS, Free Fire chose Justin Bieber as a star in the event to celebrate his 5th birthday.
In recent years, Free Fire is considered one of the most popular games in the Vietnamese gaming community, because even without playing, there are few gamers who have never heard of this name.
As for the reason, many people think that in addition to owning a large number of players, Free Fire also has many screens combined with world-famous brands and stars. For example, collaborations with Demon Slayer, Attack On Titan, Cristiano Ronaldo, BTS, etc. Recently, Garena Free Fire revealed a “collab” event with international music star Justin Bieber on the occasion of his 5th birthday. age of this game.
Currently, the publisher “Free Fire” has not announced the in-game events of the collaboration with Justin Bieber. However, because it is the 5th birthday, this game promises to bring to the gaming community a series of exciting events with exclusive items from costumes, gun models, assistants, … related to vocalist “Love Yourself”.
“I am very excited about my partnership with Garena Free Fire and the opportunity to create joy for fans around the world. The upcoming Free Fire collaboration will help us explore different universes where we can combine music and games. I’m looking forward to showing everyone the fruits of the work we’ve been preparing for over the past year.” – Justin Bieber talks about his upcoming “collab” with Free Fire.
Previously, Justin Bieber held a concert in the game with Fortnite, and this cult star will also have a music concert on August 27 in the game Free Fire. In addition, many fans are also quite worried about the singer’s health, because recently he said that he has suffered from paralysis of his facial muscles and has greatly affected his life and work. .
However, Justin Bieber’s upcoming performance will be an in-game performance, so all Vietnamese gamers can enter the game and experience Justin Bieber’s epic performance.
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