Garena Free Fire: 'How To Start A Fire' releases today; unlock free Hayato character now

    Garena Free Fire: How To Start A Fire, first Free Fire Universe Animated Short has been released today. Players can also unlock free Hayato characters by logging in the game today. Here is all you need to know.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Apr 23 2022, 12:55 PM IST
    Garena Free Fire players can unlock a free Hayato character today. Check details.
    Garena Free Fire players can unlock a free Hayato character today. Check details. (ff.garena.com)
    Garena Free Fire players can unlock a free Hayato character today. Check details.
    Garena Free Fire players can unlock a free Hayato character today. Check details. (ff.garena.com)

    The first Free Fire Universe Animated Short, How To Start A Fire, released today, Saturday, April 23, 2022. "Join Hayato in his journey through the Free Fire world in the latest film, How To Start A Fire, this 23 April!," Garena Free Fire said in a statement. Garena Free Fire players can unlock in-game rewards and free Hayato characters by logging in to Free Fire today. Other than this, players can also explore the new Zombie Invasion mode on April 29 and Shootersville web event on May 2.

    "With Free Fire Tales: The First Battle, the first campaign based on the game's lore, in full swing, fans and players can look forward to the release of the main film, How To Start A Fire, alongside a series of exciting in-game activities and rewards coming on 23 April 2022!," Free Fire said. Here is all you need to know:

    About How To Start A Fire

    Free Fire fans and players can catch the main film, How To Start A Fire, as it premieres on 23 April. Through cinematic visuals and suspenseful storytelling, players can take a first peek at the Free Fire lore through the lens of Hayato Yagami as he takes on the first battle in the Free Fire worldview setting.

    The film illustrates the journey of Hayato in the world of Free Fire as he navigates through life in search of ways to resolve his internal struggles. A terrible family tragedy leaves Hayato with the burden to find the truth behind the tragedy and fight against the rival faction of the Horizon council in order to maintain his position and ensure the survival of his family's corporation.

    Check out the main film How To Start A Fire on the website here

    Free Fire Tales: The First Battle takes over Free Fire from 23 April

    Free Fire looks to offer players an immersive and integrated experience with exciting in-game activities filled with elements of Free Fire Tales: The First Battle.

    A special interface will go live in Free Fire on 23 April, along with other themed rewards and in-game activities. Players can also anticipate the launch of the new Sci-Turf map for the Lone Wolf game mode. Besides completing daily in-game missions in exchange for rewards, players can also snag a broken katana and unlock the Hayato character for free when they log into the game on the same day.

    Players can also earn tokens by completing in-game missions to enter the "Beast Run!" gameplay web event. Players have to pass through obstacles as far as possible to accumulate higher points.

    Thrilling modes and events to explore in the weeks ahead

    Free Fire players will soon come up against new threats in Bermuda with the arrival of the Zombie Invasion mode on 29 April. A total of five variations of zombies await players, pushing them to give it all they have got to be the last man standing.

    Following closely behind, the new monopoly-like web event Shootersville will also launch in Free Fire on 2 May. Players will be able to complete daily tasks and earn tokens to build their village. Upgrades to the village will generate more tokens redeemable for exclusive rewards or collectibles.

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    First Published Date: 23 Apr, 12:55 PM IST
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