Garena Free Fire is set to host the Free Fire 4th anniversary event, celebrating the completion of four years of the popular battle royale game. The special anniversary event will run from Friday, August 20, and continue until Sunday, September 5. Multiple special rewards and missions will be part of the Free Fire 4th anniversary event, and reports have now revealed the event calendar — detailing the dates for every player of the game.
In terms of the entire schedule, the Free Fire 4th anniversary party will run from August 20 to September 5. In each of these days, there will be one or multiple rewards for players to win. From August 20 to 29, Free Fire will host a Lone Wolf Mode Open, which will be an in-game tournament for the new Lone Wolf Mode only. The latter is a new in-game mode which gamers can play as a one on one battle, or in 2v2 team deathmatch mode. The mode will be a best of nine matches, so the first player or team to register five victories will be deemed victorious.
In this mode, players will win rewards including up to 10-game anniversary dynamic tokens, incubator vouchers and diamond royale vouchers. The rewards are spread across gamers playing at least three, five and 10 games. The Free Fire 4th anniversary event will also have special login rewards until September 1, which will include the Bright Lights after three logins, the Turn Up in-game banner after five logins and the Thrash Metallic reward after seven consecutive logins.
During this period, players will face special ‘complete mission’ tasks, which will offer anniversary red tokens, Clash Squad Cup upgrade voucher and Diamond Royale vouchers as special rewards. There will also be special after-match drop rewards, which will include 4th anniversary Dynamic tokens, and 4x the number of in-match tokens just on August 28. The rest of the schedule includes an Anniversary Quiz until August 29, a ‘Booyah Now!’ special event from August 28 to September 5, a special free character upon login on August 28, Cube fragment reward on August 28, and the CS Cup Challenge 1.0 on August 28, and 2.0 on September 3.