Garena Free Fire Collaborates With Street Fighter 5: You’ll Be Able to Play as Ryu and Chun Li

The developers have also shared a trailer video confirming the collaboration.

Garena, the game publisher behind the development of Free Fire has announced its collaboration with Capcom’s fighting game Street Fighter 5. This collaboration will allow Street Fighter 5 characters to make their way into Free Fire and players can enjoy the inclusion of new characters. According to the company, the mascot characters from Street Fighter Ryu and Chun-Li are coming to the gameplay of Free Fire to make it more interesting for the players. Let’s have a closer look at the collaboration of Free Fire and Street Fighter

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Street Fighter 5 Characters to Showup in Free Fire

According to Free Fire, the new collaboration will bring two characters from Street Fight along with a full reskin of the interface, new activities, and more. The developers have also shared a trailer video confirming the collaboration. The 32-second video also shows some more Street Fighter-related skins, like Sagat.

Garena has recently celebrated the popularity of the Free Fire at the Free Fire World Series 2021 tournament. As per the Esports Charts, the FFWS was one of the most successful esports events for the company. According to the reports, esports has witnessed 5,414,953 viewers across the country with an average view of 2,087,307. The Hindi stream for the event has also garnered 1.9 million views on YouTube. Whereas, Portuguese and Indonesian streams both received 1 million views each.

The company is yet to reveal any information about the exact release date of the new characters. It can expect some more details about the rollout in the upcoming days. Meanwhile, it seems that the Bangladeshi government is planning to ban popular game titles like PUBG Mobile and Garena’s Free Fire in the country. The government bodies are suggesting this step to avoid increasing gaming addiction among the youth. The government confirmed to ban the games in a healthy manner to avoid extreme reactions.

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