Free Fire Removed From App Store And Play Store- Free Fire Ban?

Free Fire Removed From App Store And Play Store
Free Fire Removed From App Store And Play Store

Free Fire Removed From App Store: For Indian Free Fire players, the previous 24 hours have been extremely unpleasant and unexpected. The issue started with login troubles and ended with the game being removed from the Indian Play Store and App Store.

Players are baffled as to why Google removed the title owing to a lack of formal information. Given the game’s previous abrupt banning in India, players in India are concerned about its future.

Free Fire Removed From App Store And Play Store

The app has been unavailable for download since February 12. Garena has yet to explain why the software was removed from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The designers of the massively popular battle royale game are expected to announce something shortly. Only Free Fire Max is now available for download on the Google Play store. While none of the games are available on the Apple App Store, including Free Fire and Free Fire Max, they are on Google Play. Global gamers can access Garena’s main title, thus this doesn’t appear to be a technical issue with the game

Despite the fact that the Free Fire app is presently removed from the app store for installation in India, users who already have the game installed on their device can play it. For such gamers, the game works perfectly.

According to other sources, this is more of a technical issue as a result of the recent update. Following the fatal Galwan skirmishes between Indian and Chinese soldiers in 2020, India banned hundreds of Chinese apps, including the extremely popular PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. The publisher has not yet released any information. The game is still unavailable in India and the Free Fire fans are waiting for an official explanation.

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