Garena Free Fire has followed in the steps of games like League of Legends by creating a song specifically for their game. The track is performed by the fictional band T.R.A.P, made up of popular characters from the hit game, and it's already amassed over 400,000 views on YouTube following its release earlier today.

The rap track is called 'I'm on Fire', and you can give it a listen in the video below. Moco, Antonio, Miguel, and Kelly make up the group, with the lyrics detailing the numerous struggles they have faced and overcome. The song promises to give players some insight into the backgrounds of characters, expanding their lore beyond what you may already know.

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The song aims to appeal to its ever-growing fanbase through its use of different languages. The lyrics will be performed in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese, with each character rapping their parts in their own language.

There will be an event to coincide with the release of I'm On Fire that will take place the week beginning January 26th with their respective outfits being available for purchase on the 23rd. The event itself will feature T.R.A.P-inspired clothing for each group member alongside some themed skin sets.

On top of that, there will also be two permanent gun skins added to the game called the SCAR Blood Moon and HW bat. Towards the end of the event, there will be a new Team Deathmatch mode available that will run between the 1st and 5th of February. There weren't many details about what this would entail, however, so we will update you as soon as we know more. 

Free Fire is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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