Free Fire and Street Fighter will share universe in a new collaboration

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Free Fire and Street Fighter will share universe in a new collaboration

Garena confirms the next collaboration that Free Fire will receive. Street Fighter is the license chosen to merge the two universes within free to play. The company summons us to the next dates, where we can receive the specific details of the elements that will accompany the celebration together with the title edited by Capcom.

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Street Fighter joins Free Fire; collaboration confirmed

As you can see under this paragraph, Free Fire has celebrated the announcement with a commemorative video. In just over 30 seconds we can see some of the popular fighters along with images from the battle royale. We must emphasize that the parts of Street Fighter V they correspond to game material, that is, they do not indicate what they will look like in Garena’s success.

“In search of bringing you more collaborations, we are happy to announce our collaboration with Street Fighter,” explains the studio through its profile on Twitter. “We know that many of our fans are Street Fighter lovers and we wanted to have the best of both worlds, wait for more news on our networks!”, They conclude.

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We must wait until sometime later to know the specific details of the collaboration, in addition to knowing what elements of the universe of the game of Capcom will land on Free Fire. Garena is used to her community to celebrate content from other famous licenses. Last January we saw the One Punch Man event, and two months later we did the same with Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin). After a strong commitment to move the anime universe, now it is the turn of the video game.

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