Shooting in Garena Free Fire is cool enough, but how about adding some nice-looking skins to your weapons? That is precisely what we’re covering here, as Free Fire became a compelling battle royale title rapidly. Released in December 2017 by the developer Garena Studios, the game can even compete with Fortnite and PUBG.
Getting permanent skins requires very little effort if you choose the following methods:
Complete Free Elite Pass missions in Garena Free Fire
By using this method, players can get cool weapon skins by completing missions while they are playing the game. What more fun method could you want? Two versions of Elite Pass are being introduced in the game by the developers as soon as a new season arrives. Players can even receive some rewards if they choose the free version.
Go to the Redemption Center for redeeming unique codes
Garena shares unique codes on their social media accounts, and the players are advised to follow those posts. Getting the codes from the developers themselves is one thing, but redeeming them at the Redemption Center is even easier.
Of course, the main condition for getting those permanent gun skins is to hop into Free Fire and start playing. And if you haven’t done so already, maybe the description of the game from Google Play will convince you:
“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 trenches, or become invisible by proning under grass. Ambush, snipe, survive, there is only one goal: to survive and answer the call of duty.”
If you like shooting and battle royale games, then Garena Free Fire is for you!
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