Following a surprising turn of events, a list comprising of 54 applications banned in India, including Free Fire, has been made public. Upon learning of the recent decision, the battle royale game's community is in a state of complete shock.
The fanbase is presently speculating about what will happen next, and they have taken to the internet to see if there is any information they can gather.
In addition, it's worth mentioning that the Max edition of the game was noticeably absent, which led to some confusion among gamers.
Despite ban of Free Fire, Max variant still available on Play Store in India
Since the publication of the above list, it is fair to assume that the game's initial removal from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store was related to the impending ban.
However, as previously stated, it is notable that the list of banned applications doesn't include Free Fire Max. Users can still download and enjoy it on the Android platform, as shown in the image below:
This still does not explain why Apple removed this version from the App Store since it is available on the Google Play Store.
Also, gamers have reported that they are able to make in-game purchases in Free Fire Max. This is currently not possible in the regular version due to the ban, as users are encountering the following error message:
“The item you requested is not available for purchase.”
However, for the time being, there is complete ambiguity over the future of the Max version. Nothing has been revealed from the developers.
Reaction of community about Max version still being available
Here are a few responses from players about the new iteration still being available for download after the ban of the game:
It's essential to keep in mind that the newer app's existence in the Google Play Store remains unknown, and there's no clarity as to whether it will stay or be removed as well.