Free Fire x Venom 2 collaboration is coming soon in Garena Free Fire. Previously, Free Fire had successful collaborations with celebrities, television shows, multiple franchises, and companies to bring fresh content into the game. These include Alok, KSHMR, Cristiano Ronaldo, Hrithik Roshan, Money Heist, McLaren, One Punch Man, and Street Fighter.
Data mining expert Bart FF believes that Free Fire will collaborate with Venom: Let There Be Carnage. He claimed that text files in the upcoming update refer to Venom and Carnage in one of his recent Instagram posts.
Additionally, he published a list of items that he believes will be incorporated into the game as a result of the collaboration. In the Free Fire world, Bart FF is among the best data miners. He wrote the following about the collaboration:
The next update contains references to Venom and Carnage, in addition to the package name. The release date of the movie further bolsters the theory.”
Free Fire x Venom 2 collaboration is coming soon in Garena Free Fire.
According to his post, a partnership could occur around the time of the movie’s release, if one were to occur. According to him, the collaboration is likely to add some of the following to Free Fire:
- Venom helmet
- Hybrid Venom Token
- Elio Time of Carnage
- Bike – Time of Carnage
- Time of Carnage: We are Venom
- Red Venom Token
- Time of Carnage Set
- Blue Venom Token
- Carnage Time Backpack
Free Fire’s developers have not yet confirmed a collaboration, so these leaks should be considered mere rumors. In previous leaks, the data miner had revealed Free Fire’s collaborations with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Cristiano Ronaldo, and the Japanese game Street Fighter.
About Free Fire:
It is a Battle Royale game based on the genre known as Free Fire developed by Garena for both Android and iOS. In 2019, it was the most downloaded game globally. The Google Play Store awarded the game the title of “Best Popular Vote Game” in 2019. With more than 80 million daily active users around the world, Free Fire set a record in May 2020. The worldwide gross for Free Fire has topped $1 billion as of November 2019.