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Garena Free Fire is set to soon begin the previously teased crossover with legendary automobile company Automobili Lamborghini

Legendary third-person shooter battle royale Free Fire has revealed that they will be hosting a crossover with the world-renowned automobile company Automobili Lamborghini later this month. This crossover still seems in a pretty conceptual phase, with only light details so far, but we do know that players will be able to drive various Lamborghini models from the real world within the game, allowing you to cruise around the various Free Fire maps in true style.

Free Fire, for the unaware, is sort of the Fortnite before Fortnite existed. It’s massively popular and extremely successful across most regions of the world, though those of us located within the US and even the UK might not be super familiar. Regardless, it’s seen crossovers with various high-profile IPs and companies across its long life span, such as the anime series Demon Slayer or the Korean pop stars BTS.

And now they’re extending their already massive net of crossovers with this reveal. While it might be light on the content given it mostly revolves around adding in some new vehicles to drive around the map and perhaps a few cosmetics as well, it’s still pretty cool for car lovers especially to see such a massive automobile company represented within a battle royale game of all things.

Details are still quite sparse, as we don’t even have a solid release date for this crossover just yet, but we do at least know the existence of the new vehicles as well as the fact that it will launch sometime within the month of December. Until then, all we really have is the teaser image featured above and a confirmation that there will also be some other new cosmetics added in too such as a new arrival animation, a Gloo Wall, and a moving emote.

Keep an eye out for the Lamborghini crossover by downloading Free Fire for, well, free at either of the links below!

Connor Derrick

Connor is a diehard JRPG fan and an equally diehard fan of writing. When he isn’t putting 100+ hours into the latest Atlus release, he’s playing board games with his partner or blasting a mid-2000s punk record. Music, film, writing, and games are his biggest passions, and he hopes to one day unite all of those in some way or another.

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Infinite Borders, the previously exclusive to East Asia grand strategy mobile and PC game, launches global version at last

Mobile gaming giant NetEase has announced that the previously East Asia exclusive grand strategy mobile and PC game Infinite Borders has finally unleashed a global version unto the world. Taking place in the age of the Three Kingdoms, this historical strategy game has you collecting various heroes from the time period and using them in battle while you build up your own kingdom and take care of your subjects to create the grand empire of your dreams.

Infinite Borders is not a name that many of us outside of the region it’s exclusive to currently will recognize, but it is quite a hit on the other side of the pond. With tens of millions of concurrent users, this Three Kingdoms-inspired strategy sim seeks to put you in the role of one of the famous emperors of the era, but to then allow you to create your own path through history while teaming up with other players and doing battle with them in equal measure, all in the name of expanding your legendary city and becoming an all-powerful ruler.

Gameplay-wise, Infinite Borders is similar to a lot of other games in the genre, having you upgrade and build up your own kingdom while also managing your troops and your economy. From there, you can then expand outwards and build up your kingdom, as well as work in tandem with other players to create guilds and keep each other safe from PvP invasions. Think Clash of Clans but more strategy-focused and with a touch of historical fiction in there as well.

With the game being so new, there will be a ton of in-game events running concurrently with the release of the global version. These range from free upgrade materials to free heroes to use in battle and even more. Check it all out by downloading the game for free at either of the links below this article!

Connor Derrick

Connor is a diehard JRPG fan and an equally diehard fan of writing. When he isn’t putting 100+ hours into the latest Atlus release, he’s playing board games with his partner or blasting a mid-2000s punk record Sicbo Online. Music, film, writing, and games are his biggest passions, and he hopes to one day unite all of those in some way or another.

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