Ahead of the global launch OB 23 update, Garena is now testing out its latest features in the Free Fire Advance Server. Mind you! The earlier OB22 update was highly popular amongst the fan of Garena Free Fire. This is why Garena now started registration for Free Fire Advance Server OB 23 in order to test the soon-to-be-launched features in the game in a closed server.
Garena has notified that players can login using their Facebook account to sign-up for Free Fire Advance Server. Gaming freaks can register in two batches:
- First Batch, which has started on 10 July and ends on 15 July
- Second Batch, which will start on 16 July and will end on 19 July
For those who are unaware what Free Fire Advance Server is all about? Well, it is a program where players can try newest features that is not released yet in Free Fire.
It was further revealed that the players will help Garena in finding and reporting bug in Free Fire Advance Server and give input about new feature.
However, Garena notified that successful applicants, those who would have registered in between 10 July-19 July, will get to participate in advance server playtest. Players can only log-in the game using the Facebook account they use to register on the website.
Once players succeed in logging in, they will then head to registration page that will open up a form seeking details like their name, e-mail ID as well as contact number. On completely filling the registration form, one can click on ‘Submit’ button. Now, a pop-up page will appear showcasing download option for the Free Fire OB23 Advance Server APK. The moment one presses the ‘Download APK’ button, they can open ‘Downloads’ folder and install the same on their devices.
Mind you! A player can enable installation of the app, by heading to Setting, now click on Safety and Privacy and then tap on Install apps from Unknown sources. This will help you install the game. A player can then start playing the game by signing in through Facebook.
Last month, the Anti-Hack Operations Team of Garena Free Fire permanently banned 89,600 accounts caught using prohibited scripts and modified programs. According to an official blog post by Garena, “We strive to maintain a fair gaming environment and secure a stable gaming experience for all players. Cheaters caught using prohibited scripts/ modified programs are handed permanent bans. We also hope to remind all Survivors not to login to Free Fire using unlicensed apps.”
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