In a recent turn of events, the beloved battle royale title, “Free Fire India,” has resurfaced on the Play Store. This follows an unexpected removal earlier this week that had left its dedicated community both surprised and dismayed. The game was already suffering unexpected delays since its initial slated launch in September. But with the Pre-registration page back online, players find renewed assurance that Garena is steadily progressing with the relaunch process.
The Return of Free Fire India on Google Play Store
Free Fire India got delisted from the Google Play Store on December 4th, leading to widespread panic amongst fans. However, they were reassured upon discovering that it was not Garena, but Google, who had to pull the game out after it failed to follow Play Store guidelines.
However, As first reported by prominent Free Fire creator, Bin Zaid Gaming, “Free Fire India” reappeared on the Google Indian Play Store around yesterday evening. The game’s return brought a sense of relief and excitement among the community, offering reassurance of an imminent relaunch.
Can Players Install Free Fire India?
While the Installation button is live on the Play Store page, players can only enable it to install/play the game once it officially launches. As of now, there’s no way players can experience the Indian rebranded version of the popular battle royale.
The highly anticipated return of Free Fire India to the Play Store has generated considerable excitement.
With Free Fire India’s commitment to localization and the support it receives from Yotta’s cloud hosting infrastructure in India, a collaboration ensures data protection through local servers, it looks like the game is here to stay in the country.
Although an official release date is yet to be announced, Garena’s dedication to improving gameplay and tailoring content specifically for Indian players has been met with significant appreciation from the Indian gaming community.