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Free Fire and COD are trending as government bans PUBG in India

this game may get into trouble in future if Activision and Garena keeps their collaboration with Timi Studios.

As the government of India has banned 118 Chinese applications including very popular game PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds (PUBG), gamers are looking for alternate options and this is the golden time for other online battle royale games like Free Fire and Call Of Duty (COD). However, Free Fire has a similar concept but there are some noticeable differences in graphics and gameplay as this game is mainly designed for low and mid-performing smart phones whereas PUBG requires a strong CPU and more RAM storage which is not possible to get in entry-level phones. Many gamers believe that Free Fire is completely different and it cannot replace PUBG but they are hopeful about COD because it also has a slightly bigger size and more realistic graphics.

What is Free Fire or COD?

Free Fire or Garena Free Fire is a battle royale game, developed by a Vietnamese firm 111 Dots Studio and published by Garena, a Singapore based company for Android and iOS. This game was launched on 30 December 2017 and it became the most downloaded mobile game globally in 2019.

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Moving to the Call of Duty, this is a free-to-play shooter video game developed by Timi Studios and Published by an American company Activision and Garena for Android and iOS platforms. Surprisingly, Parent company of Timi Studios is Tencent Games which is a Chinese company and the developer of PUBG so this game may get into trouble in the future if Activision and Garena keeps their collaboration with Timi Studios.

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