Get Passive To Survive The Longest

Perhaps the most practical playstyle in Free Fire lies in its origins: it plays like most battle royales. As such, a great tip to survive most first matches in the game is to play it passively instead of aggressively. Unless players want to train using particular weapons or combat mechanics, camping and waiting for player … Read more

Change Controls For Convenience

In Free Fire, players actually have a means of changing the way things are laid out on the screen, allowing them to place buttons precisely where they want to be for the sake of convenience. This can become extremely handy for players who want to take their battle royale experience more seriously, as an optimized … Read more

Do Not Stand Still

Surprisingly, you will notice most of your opponents stay still during combat. This is because they are playing Free Fire from their mobile device and it is impossible to move and shoot at the same time on these devices. Well, you don’t have that disadvantage: You are using BlueStacks, which allows you to play Free … Read more

Combat Is Not The Answer to Everything

Speaking of being sneaky, you will notice that other players usually fail to do that, especially right after the game starts. Once you hit the ground, we can almost guarantee that you will be attacked in 10 seconds maximum. Now, you can fight back and turn Free Fire into a glorious deathmatch. However, battle royale … Read more

Full Throttle

Vehicles are perfect for moving faster – whether you are escaping from a firefight or trying to reach a specific location, use a vehicle. However, vehicles should be used only during the early stages of the game. This is because a moving vehicle is actually a big exclamation mark that tells everyone where you are … Read more

It Turns Red For A Reason

You have probably noticed that your sights turn red from time to time, just for a couple seconds. Well, there is a reason for that: It means there is an enemy in front of you and if you pull the trigger when the sights turn red, you hit him. This applies both to aim mode … Read more

Cosmetics Do Not Matter But Characters Do

Cosmetic items such as t-shirts, pants, and hats are just that: cosmetic. They do not give any advantage in terms of gameplay to your character. Yes, they can make your character look cool but this is not an MMORPG and your competitors won’t admire your outfit: They are there just to kill you. Since cosmetic … Read more