5 Tips to Survive Longer in Free Fire (February 2022)


Surviving in Free Fire is not a difficult task, it’s just tricky. Given the many dynamics at work, even luck plays a major role in ensuring a player’s survival. Sometimes experienced players are eliminated right after falling, while newbies manage to get a win.

Nevertheless, despite these random elements, staying alive until the end of a match is entirely possible. With a little planning and a bit of luck, players can easily outlast their opponents.


Implement these tips in a Free Fire match to survive longer

5) Keep a vehicle handy

Throughout the duration of a match, players will need to move around to find loot and opponents. Sometimes this can take time as walking is relatively slow. Fortunately, there is an easy way to fix this problem.

Players must find a vehicle and keep it nearby at all times. This will allow them to move effortlessly. Moreover, once inside the vehicle, they will even be protected from gunfire. This will make rotations and movement in general much easier.


4) Enter the safe zone early

More often than not, players tend to get stuck outside the safe zone and end up with an early exit. While this sometimes happens because you’re stuck in a fight, most of the time it’s because you’re not paying attention to the safe zone timer.

Luckily, there’s a simple trick players can use to stay safe without looking at the timer. Rather than waiting for the safe zone to shrink, players should turn to the new safe zone while the old one is active. This will eliminate the need to watch the timer and allow the user to focus on other aspects of the game.


3) Avoid hot drops

Hot drops in Free Fire are great for boosting K/D or ruining them. Depending on the circumstances, one or the other can happen. Given the fierce competition, only a handful of players manage to survive each hot drop.

With such low chances of survival, landing in these places is not a good idea. If players want to survive longer in a match, they better land in quiet places on the map.


2) Don’t forget to stock up on medical supplies

To survive in Free FIre, players need armor to protect themselves and weapons to fight back. In addition to this, healing items such as medkits or inhalers are also a must. They will provide quick healing to the user.

While a stack of them in inventory might seem like a lot, a player is likely to use them all after a single shootout. That being the case, it’s never a bad idea to have extra healing supplies lying around.


1) Don’t blindly rush into battle

Sometimes in a free fire match, combat will become unavoidable. Players will have no choice but to engage an opponent in a firefight.

Most players blindly rush in and attack their opponent without having a plan. Although brute force can be deadly, it is not always effective. Thus, opponents easily manage to gain the upper hand and counterattack with ease.

Note: This article is subjective and reflects the opinions of the author only.


Edited by Siddharth Satish

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