GameLoop, developed by the Tencent studio, lets you play Android videogames on your PC. This installer downloads its own emulator along with the Free Fire videogame, which can be played in Windows by adapting its control system to your keyboard and mouse. There are no special skills required since it installs everything needed to play automatically.
The development of Free Fire is very similar to almost any other battle royale such as PUBG or Fortnite. All players have to jump off a plane with parachute and land on an island. As soon as you land, you have to run around the island to find weapons while you’re also attacked by other players. Plus, you need to be careful because the island’s force field will keep getting smaller and smaller. If it reaches you, it’ll be game over for you. Luckily, you can also use vehicles if you’re ever left behind.
The main difference between Free Fire and other games of the same genre is that there’s ‘only’ 50 players instead of the usual 100. As you may already imagine, the duration of the games will be adjusted accordingly. Instead of lasting thirty minutes, most games will last about 15 minutes. If you really think about it, in the time that you play a single game of PUBG, you can play two games of Free Fire.
Free Fire is a battle royale that offers a fun and addictive gaming experience. As you can see in the screenshots, the game has less powerful visuals than other games of the genre, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Thanks to its modest visuals, this game works perfectly on low-powered computers.