Garena, the developer of the popular battle royale game Free Fire, has announced that the launch of Free Fire India has been delayed by a few more weeks. The company says that they are refining the gameplay and localizing the experience for the Indian audience.
Free Fire was originally scheduled to launch in India on September 5, 2023. However, Garena has now said that the game will not be launched until a few more weeks. The company has not yet announced a specific launch date.
In a statement, Garena said: “
We are delighted by the overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from our Indian community to the announcement of the launch of Free Fire India.
To ensure we can offer the best possible experience to all of our Free Fire India fans from the start, we will postpone the launch by a few more weeks.
In addition to refining the gameplay, we are taking some time to fully complete our localisation of the Free Fire India experience.
We would like to thank our Free Fire India community for your support, and hope that you will bear with us while we work on bringing you the ultimate battle royale experience.”
The delay of the Free Fire India launch is a disappointment to many fans who were eagerly awaiting the game’s return. However, Garena’s decision to take more time to refine the game is understandable. The company wants to make sure that Free Fire India is the best it can be before it is launched.
In the meantime, fans of battle royale games can try other popular titles that are available in India, such as BGMI and Call of Duty: Mobile. These games are also very good and offer a great gaming experience.
Garena has said that they will keep fans updated on the launch date of Free Fire India. I would recommend checking their social media channels for the latest news.