New Free Fire x Venom: Let There Be Carnage In-Game Event Begins Today
The new Free Fire x Venom: Let There Be Carnage exclusive in-game event officially starts today. The Free Fire x Venom: Let There Be Carnage event marks the first time Garena has ever done a movie collaboration for Free Fire.
Free Fire x Venom: Let There Be Carnage
From the 11th to the 24th of October, Free Fire players may participate in the Free Fire x Venom: Let There Be Carnage unique event, which includes new, exciting missions as well as in-game goodies and collectables. On the 16th of October, there will be additional peak day in-game events where players can earn collaborative rewards such as the Venom Motorbike skin.
Keep an eye out for the symbiote’s exciting arrival when it bonds with Free Fire’s Airplanes and Airdrops as Venom: Let There Be Carnage reskins. Players who complete in-game quests will be rewarded with exclusive trinkets and outfit bundles that will only be available for a short time. The We Are Venom costume package, Venom Backpack, Carnage Helmet, and more are among the rewards.
Local Survivors may look forward to playing alongside their favourite streams in the Team Venom VS Team Carnage community showmatch to highlight the collaboration. Participants will compete against influencer teams in five rounds of Free Fire’s Classic Mode on 24th October, with influencers representing Team Venom and public gamers representing Team Carnage. A total of 50 member squads will be formed for this event, and players can sign up with their squad to compete. On Free Fire’s Official Facebook page, the signup form will be provided closer to the event day.
The top squad in each round will receive a Black Widow FAMAS as a reward for their courageous efforts! Non-participating Survivors can also expect redemption codes to be displayed on the webcast.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage began its global rollout at the beginning of the month, and on 11th November, it will be released exclusively in Malaysian theatres. Fans who are going to see the carnage on screen should keep an eye out for hidden Free Fire components in the film.
Pokdepinion: I’m looking forward to watching Venom: Let There Be Carnage this November. Not only because I’m a fan of Venom and Carnage but also because of the much talked about after-credits scene.