The ultimate goal in every Battle Royale Game is to survive until the end of the match, and in Free Fire, it is not different. In this guide, we would explain what to do and what to avoid so that you could survive the final phases of the match.

1 - Be patient

When there are only about 3-5 people left, the play area would be reduced to the size of a minimap. At this phase, you would need to keep a cool head. Throw any grenades you have left and be patient - only move if your location is known. Open fire on anyone who gets into your sight and try to be the one to shoot first.

In the final circle, the most important thing is to keep a cool head

Ignore the items left behind by people - they are just distractions that could get you killed. Try to get into covers that protect your back and sideways - don't let the enemies backstab you. If you manage to kill one person, the other enemies might come to look for you - just sit still and wait for them.

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2 - Switch to Mid/Close range weapons

As the zone gets smaller, you would encounter enemies in middle to close-quarter much more frequently. It is best to just ditch whatever sniper rifles you have on hand to take up other weapons like an AR or even shotguns (if possible)


3 - Camp on the edge of the zone

Afterward, it is unwise to dawdle for too long because you can get better items by killing other players. Head to the safe zone but don’t get into the middle of it – the best plan is to stay somewhere near the edge of the zone then get into it when the zone shrinks. Rushing to the center of the map is rather dangerous and could get you killed.

With your back facing the outside of the zone, you would not have to worry about enemy backstabs and can just focus on the zones in front of you.

If the enemy is too far away, hold your fire

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