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Free Fires’ new KSHMR character to release on THIS date

Here's everything you need to know about Free Fire's new character, KSHMR.

A few days after Garena Free Fire announced its collaboration with a renowned American musician, rapper and DJ, KSHMR, the developers of the game have dropped yet another promo confirming that they would also release a song and a music video.

Ever since the collaboration was announced, Free Free has posted multiple videos and photos on social media to keep the buzz alive surrounding the new character, KSHMR. The latest teaser has confirmed the release date of Free Fire’s new character, KSHMR.

Free Fires’ new KSHMR character to release in October

Reaching out to its millions of followers on Instagram, the official handle of India Free Fire dropped a video, which has a song playing in the background. The video too has some text, which reads, “This October, one more round, KSHMR.”

Sharing the video, they wrote a caption, “The day DJ KSHMR will arrive is nearly here! Feel the rhythm through your veins. Do you remember hearing this somewhere already?”

If anything to go by the recently uploaded video, the song will be titled ‘One More Round’, which is said to be the theme song for the Booyah Day event.

Ever since they uploaded OB24 update, you must have noticed the game’s loading screen has been changed to that new character, ie, K aka Captain Booyah.

While informing his fans about his collaboration with Free Fire, KSHMR dropped a pre-save link in the description, confirming the release date of One More Round. If you look at the above picture, the theme song will be released on October 15, 2020.

Notably, this is not the first time Free Fire has added any life-person to the game. Earlier, the developers of the game had announced their collaboration with a Bollywood star, Hrithik Roshan and added Jai character to the massively popular battle royale game.

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