How to play the new Free Fire game on PC

Garena launched Free Fire MAX mobile game in India earlier this year. The game acts as a successor to the popular mobile battle royale game, Free Fire. While the game is currently only available for Android and iOS devices, there is a way that you can play it using your PC. Read also – Free Fire OB30 Update: New Features, Gameplay, APK and OBB Download Links, and More

Noticeable: Before we start with this method, keep in mind that Free Fire MAX is not officially available for PC and you will be required to use an emulator to play the game. Read also – Redeem codes for Garena Free Fire (active) today: get diamonds, rewards and more for free

How to play Free Fire MAX on PC

While Free Fire Max Not available for PC, you can use an emulator like BlueStacks to run Android apps on your PC and play the game. Follow the given steps to install and run Free Fire MAX on your PC. Read also – Free Fire Max not working? Find out why and when you can play the new BG game

  • Download an emulator of your choice such as BlueStacks, LDPlayer, NoxPlayer or MEmu Play, and install it on your computer.
  • Create an account and login to the emulator.
  • Log in to your Google account and search for Free Fire MAX.
  • Download and install the game inside the emulator.
  • After the installation is complete, you can run Free Fire MAX on your computer, by simply clicking on the application and logging into your Free Fire account.

Garena It hasn’t released an official emulator version of Free Fire MAX, and any emulator like BlueStacks will simply set up an Android environment for people to install and use Android apps on their PC. While this method works, it is not perfect and you may end up encountering a number of errors caused by overloaded computers. Also, the emulator will make you play the game in a small window.

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