Garena and McLaren Racing have joined a partnership, the British motor racing team announced today.
The “upcoming in-game collaboration” is anticipated to look toward the center of 2021. Free Fire wasn’t pointed out within the announcement but many fans speculate the collaboration is going to be for Garena’s popular fight royale game.
Your blog entry even pointed out McLaren’s F1 racing driver Lando Norris, appointing him like a key area of the collaboration. Additional information from the partnership haven’t been revealed, but Free Fire players happen to be speculating because of leaks in the game’s advanced server.
A brand new character named Shiro was spotted on Free Fire’s OB26 advanced server. Shiro is referred to as the quickest delivery boy within the city, which might be a connect to McLaren Racing. A black box can also be proven underneath the character’s display, that could mean a brand new partnership is going to be revealed.
Shiro’s skill “Damage Delivery” tags opponents that attack him, revealing them into the spotlight for many seconds. Although the character has been proven the very first time around the OB26 advanced server, that does not mean he’ll join the sport soon, so he could still take part in McLaren’s collab with Free Fire looking for later this season.
“2020 would be a year that introduced gaming towards the forefront for a lot of all over the world,” stated Mark Waller, Chief Commercial Officer for McLaren Racing. “Both McLaren and Garena possess a history of creating engaging content for that gaming community. We’re happy to work together to help our gaming abilities and supply captivating content for the group of followers all over the world.”
This is one of many partnerships that Garena makes for Free Fire. Other well-known collaborators include Netflix show La Casa de Papel, super hero franchise One-Punch Man, soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo, and DJs Alok and KSHMR.