Free Fire Guide for Players Who Want to Improve
This is one of the most important Free Fire guides you will ever see. How to improve your skills to become a pro player or get better in Free Fire? If you ask this question to anyone, they would just say 2 things. Get the fastest internet connection possible that turns your ping to 0 ms. Then download BlueStacks to play the game at 90 FPS with a keyboard and mouse for better control. It may not seem like much, but this is the fastest way to get better at this game. Being able to play Free Fire at high FPS will increase your chances of winning by a slight margin.
High FPS with low latency will enable you to achieve the fastest reflexes possible, or fastest reaction. Meaning that you can react to your enemies a lot faster. If you don’t have high FPS and low latency, you will not achieve the same level of reflexes as you would have. The good thing is that you can still make up for that by using your skills. The device may have a huge impact on your gameplay, but you can match up for that by utilizing your skills. In order to get better at this game, you’ll need to learn a few things. The 1st one is obviously is to improve your aim, or aiming skills.
More than that, however, you’ll need to improve the recoil control along with your reflexes or reaction time, as well as your movement, which is also really important and other things such as game sense. Game sense combines experience and better decision making or better thinking ability and how well do you handle panic situations.
Aiming is what you do all the time, but doing it with the best accuracy is what you need to learn along with spray controlling. This is divided into 3 different categories, close range, mid-range, and long range. Most of your fights will be taking place in close range, and it’s a very high risk zone because if you mess up in close range you’ll get knocked and killed immediately. In the mid-range or long range you can get away from your enemies but in close range, you can’t. That’s why you need to improve your close combat skills first. The fastest way to get better at close range is by playing a lot of Clash Squad Matches.
Not just Clash Squads, you can also play practice, as well as unranked games. This is where you can rapidly improve your aim, recoil control and movement. It’s recommended that you disable aim assist when playing Clash Squads, so you would improve even further. Then enable aim assist when playing ranked BR matches and play as aggressively as possible. Try hard by pushing into the enemies’ base and show them what you got. When you play aggressively, you will move a lot, which will improve your movements. Try to focus on improving your other movements such as crouching, jumping, and dropshots. Try strafing left and right to dodge the bullets also known as jiggle movement.
The next thing is to improve your hip-fire accuracy. Everyone has their own ways of practicing hip-fire. A tip to improve your hip-fire even further: always aim for the head level or at the neck area. Headshots will do some critical damage to your opponents. Try to maintain your crosshair at the enemy’s head level, even when the enemy is hiding behind a cover. So you can quickly get an instant headshot when they come out of their cover. You need to practice all these things in Clash Squads Matches first, in order to create muscle memory or reflex.
Later, you can implement them into your classic gameplay. Sometimes you don’t even realize that you’re doing all these things without knowing. Play Clash Squads in Free Fire for at least 30 minutes to 1 hour in the beginning. Later as you get better you could spend less time in Clash Squads, like only up to 10 to 20 minutes. Always spend a few games in CS in order to warm up before playing ranked.
Pre-Fire and Recoil Contro
Pre-firing is a great skill to learn. In some situations, it has a huge impact on your close combat skills. The more you use it, the better you will understand it. Most people use pre-fire when the enemy is holding back, and they’re pushing in. If they peek during pre-fire, they most likely end up dying in that pre-fire. The other one is prediction pre-fire. For example, let’s say you are expecting your opponent to come from a certain direction. So you pre-aim, or scope in and start pre-firing and hope that your enemy jumps into your pre-fire and dies.
This one depends on your skills and how well you will be able to identify the footsteps. So the pre-firing skills will improve along with other skills.
Moving on to the mid-range. This is where you usually start spraying at enemies, so you’ll need to learn how to control recoil. You can’t actually learn mid-range in Clash Squads matches. For this, you’ll need to go to practice and pick up your favorite weapon. Get the maximum ammo and start spraying at the targets. For the long range, it’s also quite similar to mid-range, so you’ll need to learn it along with mid-range in practice mode.
Start spraying at long range targets, always remember to use crouch, as it reduces your recoil by up to 20% depending on your weapon. The sniping and single tapping will also be learned in practice mode. So spend as much time as you can in order to learn in the beginning, and playing in practice mode will help you a lot with sniping.
Movement is something that everyone underestimates, but it’s as important as aim and others. You don’t want to be the player that’s running into a wall in a middle of a gunfight. So how do you improve your movement? During the looting phase, you’ll move around a lot. This is where you need to pay attention and start practicing your precision movements. Move around in the buildings perfectly without touching a single wall, and also don’t get stuck in any objects when looting. Running into a wall or failing to quickly navigate into a building is often the reason you lose a fight, and it will significantly slow you down. Try to create spatial awareness while you’re moving around.
The next one is game sense. What is game sense? It’s more like common sense but in games, and it takes really long time to improve it. Game sense will help you create strategies. Players have to think of tactics and make a quick decision on how they should attack their opponents. So how do you improve your game sense? It totally depends on your ability to process information and the surrounding situation, and then use that information to make the most effective play. Usually, you can improve this just by naturally playing the game, but it would take a long time.
The other way is to watch professional players and learn from them by making note of what they do and why they do things the way they do. You can think of your game sense as your game IQ. Having good game sense enables you to beat other players that have an advantage over you. You can outsmart and outplay them by using your game sense. Here’s an example of how you can use your game sense; This is in the early game, and there is an enemy next to your building. You can hear that player coming upstairs, so you pre-aim at the door. The enemy player will most likely enter the room to loot. As soon as you start hearing louder footsteps sounds, you start your pre-fire. Luckily, the enemy may walk into your pre-fire. This is how you use your game sense.