The “final chapter” of Free Fire in India has officially ended. This game is subject to the same ban as PUBG Mobile has had to go through before. The worst case that many Indian Free Fire gamers do not want has come. Garena Free Fire – India’s most popular survival game has been officially blocked along with 54 other apps.
This all started a few days ago, with the game being removed from the App Store and Google Play Store. After that, Free Fire’s server was down, causing login problems for all gamers in this country. This led to banning rumors spreading without any official confirmation from Garena.
This is not the first time the Indian Government has banned the app. Hundreds of games have been affected by the 2020 ban, including PUBG Mobile, by Chinese developers. However, the case of Free Fire is quite strange because Free Fire has no connection with Chinese game development companies. Garena is a Singaporean company.
Banned apps including famous names like Badlander, Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade or even blockbuster MOBA Onmyoji Arena also suffered the same fate. Thus, after the “hands down” with a series of famous applications in 2020, India once again decided to delete a series of famous games / applications in early 2022. After PUBG Mobile, Free Fire is the next survival game to be “delivered”, which will really make Garena drop a small revenue source, simply because of the number of Free Fire gamers in India. Degree is extremely large.