The Battle Royale genre has shown rapid growth in the mobile phone segment, and titles such as Garena Free Fire have garnered enormous popularity. The game has witnessed a meteoric rise and has won several laurels, such as the Mobile Game of the Year at the Esports Awards 2020.
Free Fire Max is the overhauled version of Free Fire, created to offer players better and escalated BR gameplay on their devices. It has numerous enhanced features, making it an attractive option for gamers.
This article looks at a few of the differences between both titles.
Free Fire Max vs Free Fire: A few of the differences
Enhanced graphics and more
The Google Play Store description for Free Fire Max reads:
"With HD graphics, enhanced special effects, and smoother gameplay, Free Fire MAX provides a realistic and immersive survival experience for all Battle Royale fans."
Hence, the game's max version will feature enhanced graphics, special effects, audio, and more, providing users with a better and improved Battle Royale experience.
Meanwhile, the original iteration offers players a smooth and vivid gameplay. The description on the Play Store states:
"Easy to use controls and smooth graphics promises the best survival experience you will find on mobile to help you immortalize your name among the legends."
Free Fire Max
Free Fire Max requires 2 GB of RAM and Android version 4.4 & above. Meanwhile, on iOS, users with iPhone 6S and above will be able to play the title.
Free Fire requires at least Android version 4.1 and 1 GB of RAM. For iOS platform players, the title requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Free Fire Max is currently in the testing phase in these countries:
Firelink Technology is one of the most important and crucial features connecting both Battle Royale titles. It has been incorporated into Free Fire Max, enabling players to log in to their existing Free Fire accounts to play this version.
The progress and items will be maintained across both titles as a result. Moreover, it would enable gamers to play all the available game modes from both games.