Garena Free Fire users are in for a treat with a quality-of-life update that arrived to the Craftland game mode on 10 December. Garena Free Fire MENA users will now be able to create their own In-game map and the top 14 maps, which will be available for all users in the MENA region.
From today, users can queue for quick matches on Craftland using not only an optimized match-making feature that takes map size, squad size, and skill level into consideration, but also removes the need for a Craftland Room Card, supplying users with up to 14 playable maps updated every week.
Craftland is a game mode playable on both the original Garena Free Fire and the recently globally released Free Fire MAX – a standalone mobile application offering players the same Free Fire gameplay that many across the world have grown to know and love, but with enhanced specifications – that will enable players to create and play a map of their own played by millions of other users.
The selection of maps is refreshed on a weekly basis, in which 14 of the most played on and liked maps will be available for all users. This is an exception in the first week of the launch of this update where the 14 maps displayed are based on the number of votes accumulated from a competition currently hosted by Garena Free Fire MAX.
Designing a map playable by millions of other users whether competitively or casually within a global mobile game is no longer a distant dream. Users can now creatively and strategically architect their own maps with no bars held.
Users can expect more to come from Garena as these are just a few of the many updates, whether online or offline, coming to Garena Free Fire. It is part of Garena’s commitment to consistently develop relevant and enjoyable content for everyone.