We are living in an era of hi-tech gadgets that keep getting upgraded from time to time but ever since the internet has found its way into our mobile phones, things have turned for the better like never before where you can enjoy some of the best games in existence.
The video game era was a class in itself where the likes of super Mario, Dangerous Dave, Swat Kats, Contra, Ninja Roberts, Lion King, etc. dominated the scene but the times have changed drastically where youngsters can now avail many more games than before.
Among others, PUBG and Free Fire are the two most popular ones that instantly come to mind when you talk about popularity stakes because the youth brigade are crazy about both in equal measure where now we shall see the similarities between the two.
We’ll start with the similarities where both of them are battle royals with good and bad guys in equal measure where the common goal is to establish supremacy in the materialistic world.
PUBG is an action adventure that involves heroes and villains where the good side has to jump into the enemy lair that is replete with weapons, artillery and booby traps that are strewn all over to keep them off but the hundred or so players that are there have to work out a strategy to find their way in.
Free Fire follows a similar line where it also falls into the category of an action adventure game where there is a battle royal but it is told from the perspective of a neutral person or any third party account.
It was launched in 2017 on both Apple and Android where you could download it from the app store within hours of its release and it quickly became popular among the young folks along with adolescents that had reached 20.
PUBG, on the other hand, is loved by people of different age groups where you can find people even in their 20s and 30s enjoy playing this game where they tackle the enemy through numerous weapons.
Perhaps it is because it reminds them of the good old days where they played many video games like the ones mentioned in the first paragraph of the article while now they just have to go for cheap rust accounts.
Free Fire was awarded the best game award in the ‘popular category’ in 2019 by Google Play Store because the makers were astonished at how many downloads ad taken place in the past few years of its launch.
People often ask which of the two is better where both sides fight it out to prove one’s worth by insulting the other but the fact of the matter is that both PUBG and Free Fire have captivated many people across the world.
Its sheer fan following is enough to acknowledge its worth where you can enjoy both of them in equal measure without indulging in mud-slinging because both its makers have done immense hard work to make it popular with the masses.