When it comes to adding new content to the game, the developers of Free Fire have never let the game's fans down. They frequently partner with several well-known brands, shows, celebrities, franchises, and more to deliver a distinctive overall experience with new cosmetics, modes, and more.
The collaborations with One Punch Man, Street Fighter, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Attack on Titan, McLaren, Money Heist, and celebrities such as KSHMR, Alok, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Son Tùng M-TP, among others, are some of the most memorable in Free Fire's history and have all been well received by players.
Will there be another Free Fire x Money Heist collaboration?
Money Heist, otherwise known as La Casa de Papel, is one of the most-watched Netflix series of all time. With the second volume of its last and final season rapidly approaching, there has been much talk surrounding it.
The partnership between Free Fire and Money Heist, which took place in September 2020, has been among the most well-liked collaborations among Free Fire players.
Given that the popular series has previously partnered with Garena Free Fire, and with the impending release of Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2 on 3 December 2021, it is likely that the second iteration of the collaboration might be on the cards in the near future.
However, for the time being, nothing can be said for certain because the developers are yet to make an announcement about it. So, the players who are ardently waiting for an official word might have to wait slightly longer.
Free Fire x Money Heist in 2020
The previous partnership took place in September 2020 and lasted around two weeks, during which time users received numerous free cosmetics. There were a variety of pet skins available, including those for Panda and Kitty.
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On the other hand, a permanent AN94 was also up for grabs on the peak day of the collaboration as part of the login event. A special new La Casa De Papel mode was added to the game where users were in a race to print money by occupying a given area of the map.