Garena Free Fire, a well-liked first-person shooter game from Singaporean game publisher and developer Garena, is still difficult to find in India. The Hindu reports that the game won’t be released in India for a few more weeks. Notably, the battle royale game that became famous after PUBG Mobile’s suspension was also outlawed in February of the previous year. It was recently discovered in the Play Store and was planned to be downloaded starting on September 5. But the launch was put off for a couple more weeks, and it hasn’t happened yet.
As previously noted, the game was just discovered on the Play Store and was scheduled to be downloaded starting on September 5. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a legendary cricketer, was chosen by the company as its brand ambassador for its 1.5-year comeback. Dhoni’s inclusion as a playable character in the game was anticipated. To the disappointment of the fans, September 5 passed without the game becoming accessible.
Garena Free Fire continues to remain elusive from the Indian Market
Soon later, Garena announced on its social media accounts that it would be a few more weeks before the game was reactivated. The developer’s intense efforts to provide Indian gamers with the best gaming experience ever were cited as the explanation.
The crew claimed to be working all hours of the night to improve the gameplay and localization of the Garena Free Fire India experience. Gamers were reassured by Garena that the wait would be worthwhile and that the game would provide the ultimate battle royale experience once it was released.
The game has still not returned to the country more than five weeks later. Garena has not responded to The Hindu’s request for a statement after reaching out to the developer. This cast doubt on Free Fire’s schedule for returning to India. Fans of Garena Free Fire could have to wait a few more weeks or perhaps months before they can play their favorite game once more.