Garena Free Fire's latest patch arrives tomorrow and introduces some new content to get stuck into and several fan-requested changes to enjoy.
For starters, the decision has been made to allow two players to ride in a motorbike at once, which should prove to be super helpful. Plus, if you've been keeping up to date with Free Fire, you'll know that Kapella is its latest character.
She's no stranger to the limelight, having been the lead singer of a popular K-pop band in the past. She can use her voice and upbeat personality to heal anyone, including herself, when out on the battlefield. Kapella also increases the effects of healing items and skills when in use, and her Healing Song passive skill can reduce an ally's rate of HP loss if they go down.
Two new weapons are also part of the content drop. The rapid-fire Thompson is an SMG that boasts a large magazine and offers more consistency than other guns in its class, making it a great choice for mid-to-close range firefights. That being said, it lacks the sheer stopping power of the MP40. Note that it's only available in Classic mode.
The Smoke Grenade is a more strategic weapon that can be used to impede your opponent's view while you make a quick escape or attempt to reposition. It's exclusive to Clash Squad, which is being brought back as a permanent mode after quickly becoming a true fan-favourite.
Clash Squad ranked's pre-season will be available from April 9th, and it's said to be ideal for those looking to play at a more competitive level. Players will be monitored closely during the pre-season to give Garena an idea of what might need a little fine-tuning. Clash Squad classic will remain open to all.
A new pet, Ottero, is also set to arrive later this month, and an airship will soon take to the skies to kick off the Wonderland event on April 19th. Here are the full patch notes.Searching for more quality multiplayer games? Here are 25 of the best for Android