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‘Free Fire’ to team up with ‘Street Fighter V’ with Ryu and Chun-Li set to drop in

Free Fire Street Fighter V Collab

Free Fire is teaming up with Street Fighter V. Much to the delight of avid gamers, Ryu and Chun-Li will be showcasing their fighting skills in the hit battle royale game soon.

Free Fire is getting a collaboration with Capcom’s Street Fighter V, with fan-favorite characters like Ryu and Chun-Li set to make their appearance. On June 1, Garena announced this collaboration with the fighting game.

The Singaporean game developer confirmed that some exclusive content will be added to Free Fire. The collaboration is slated to arrive in July, but more details are expected to surface in the coming weeks.

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You can stay tuned to Free Fire’s social media handles for the latest news. This is not the first time Free Fire has got such major collaborations.

The game previously tied up with Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, Brazilian DJ Alok, football player Cristiano Ronaldo, and others to add in-game characters around the personalities, Dot Esports reported.

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Aside from that, the game has collaborated with animes like Attack on Titan and One-Punch Man in the past. These crossovers brought several collectibles and exclusive skins to the game.

Garena recently partnered with British automotive company McLaren. As part of this collaboration, the McLaren P1 and the MLCExtreme concept car will be added to Free Fire.

MCLFF, which is an exclusively designed car in collaboration with McLaren is also headed to the game. Watch this space for more updates.

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