After PUBG getting banned in India, Garena Free Fire is trying to its fullest to capture the PUBG market by giving many offers in less money, and recently it introduced Hritik Roshan aka Jai, as a playable character. Now, Garena has made a collaboration with the digital streaming giant Netflix to bring Money Heist’s “Professor” and his crew to the game.
In Free Fire, tons of contents have been added recently by Garena, a Singapore based company. One of the new content is the introduction of the “Free Fire x Money Heist” event. This event started on September 13, and it will end today. A massive in-game heist took place on September 20, named “Peak Day”.
The official press release of the event stated “Maxim was detained by the police during the heist, and is now counting on his partners to get him out. Free Fire players all around the world have been tasked by The Professor to retrieve and secure Maxim while retrieving the stolen money.”
The developers also added the “Money Heist” game mode to the game under this event. This game mode is a special crossover that brought 2 teams of 4 players each head-to-head to print a specific amount of cash in the stipulated time. The game mode kicked off on September 20 and will remain till today.
The publishers also released two mini web series clips on YouTube – “Plan Bermuda is Underway” and “Plan Bermuda Chapter 2“, which shows how the “Professor” from recruited the Garena characters from the game for the most major heist. There was also a third and the final episode released on September 19.
A funny live-action comedy mini-movie was released on YouTube in Hindi by the publisher. Garena also flew a giant “Professor” blimp across the sky of Mexico City and collaborated with local street artists of Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico to cover walls and buildings with “Free Fire x Money Heist”-themed artwork.
Less than an hour left, if you haven’t experience the new mode try it now before it gets down. If you are a new player then download it from Google Play or Apple Store.
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