Today, a series of social networking sites simultaneously reported that Free Fire and Free Fire MAX had disappeared from the App Store. There are even sources that believe that this is the consequence of Free Fire being sued by PUBG on copyright issues not long ago, leading to Apple’s determination to “take down” with Free Fire.
Back to the information that PUBG sued Free Fire: Krafton – the developer of PUBG said that Free Fire copied the idea of PUBG and suggested that Apple and Google remove Free Fire – Free Fire MAX on the App Store and Google Play as well. Video clips of this game on YouTube.
However, when Vietnamese gamers search for Free Fire or Free Fire MAX on the App Store download store in Vietnam, Garena’s survival game is still unharmed. This means that this game is still okay, at least on the Vietnam App Store download store. It is impossible to confirm that this information is untrue, but the failure to specifically and accurately report that Free Fire was removed from the App Store in any market in any region/country has made the online community information disturbance.
Free Fire is of course still unharmed in the Vietnamese market
In the end, the people who benefited the most were the social networking sites when the interaction skyrocketed because of the news that Free Fire was removed from the App Store. Besides, carefully checking social media users on the App Store will also increase the number of searches and bring Free Fire up as a “hot” keyword on Google or the App Store’s search bar.
Only netizens are easily fooled by unknown information. The fact that Free Fire is removed from a certain market outside of Vietnam (if this is true) does not have much impact on the development of this game globally. Especially since this is Garena’s golden egg laying hen.
It’s not easy for PUBG to sue Free Fire
Don’t forget, Free Fire’s revenue is always in the top 10 of the highest-earning games every month in 2021. Total downloads on Google Play have broken a record of 1 billion with total revenue exceedingly high on the App Store and Google Play (excluding third-party loading ports). With that resource, Free Fire is more than capable of signing contracts with many big names in the world, of which Ronaldo is a typical example.