Garena Free Fire is among the most successful battle royale games out there, even though it’s only available for iPhones and Android devices. But with the help of an emulator like Gameloop, you can enjoy playing Garena Free Fire directly from your computer.
Whether you want to call it Tencent Gaming Buddy or Gameloop, the emulator is the same. It’s now officially known as Gameloop, and there’s no wonder why it’s very popular. Gameloop features ultimate graphic and vision, rapid and accurate controller support, exclusive support of 2K resolution, and more. In order to use the emulator for playing Garena Free Fire, you’ll have to follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Grab and install the Gameloop emulator from its official website.
Step 2: Once the emulator is installed, head for the search bar and look for ‘Garena Free Fire’ or simply ‘Free Fire’.
Step 3: Select the game once you find it in the search results and press the download button. You’ll have to wait a little for the game to be downloaded and installed.
That’s all you need to do, and you’ll get to enjoy playing the battle royale game on your PC.
Garena Free Fire still rocks
As of May 2020, Garena Free Fire counts an impressive number of total players: over 80 million souls. The Play Store description of the game is very conclusive as well:
“Free Fire is the ultimate survival shooter game available on mobile. Each 10-minute game places you on a remote island where you are pit against 49 other players, all seeking survival. Players freely choose their starting point with their parachute, and aim to stay in the safe zone for as long as possible. Drive vehicles to explore the vast map, hide in wild, or become invisible by proning under grass or rifts. Ambush, snipe, survive, there is only one goal: to survive and answer the call of duty.”
Garena Free Fire is only about three years old, it was developed by 111dots Studio and published by Garena.
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