Garena Free Fire is a survival shooter Battle Royale game with each match being as quick as 10-minutes. Free Fire places you on a remote island where you are put against 49 other players. It has easy to use controls and has decent graphics. In Free fire, players can freely choose their starting point with their parachute and aim to stay in the safe zone for as long as possible. In this article we will be taking a brief look at Garena Free Fire Hacker players and why hacking is wrong.
What is hacking and why it’s wrong
Hacking the game allows the players to do various things that they aren’t supposed to be able to. For example, there’s a hack which allows players to see through walls. There are hacks to get whichever weapon you want.
Among all these hacks, Aim-botting is the most notorious one. With an aim-bot, the player doesn’t need to have any skills. You just need to click the fire button, and the bot aims for you.
If there is a hacker in the game, it becomes unfair to all the other players in the lobby. In Garena Free Fire, one lobby consists of around 50 players. Which means, one hacker would be wasting 49 players’ time.
Although the developers put in a lot of efforts and program their game to be secure, hackers seem to always find a way to ruin games. Almost every online multiplayer game has hackers constantly trying to find a way and break into the game’s code.
Hacking in Garena Free Fire
The most common hacks in Garena Free Fire are Aim-bots and Wallhacks. Scripting is also a very common hack. There was another hack which allowed players to get infinite amount of Diamonds.
These hacks are very easily available on the net. This allows young, impressionable players to be able to download these hacks and ruin games for many other players in the process.
Hacking has no pros attached to it, except for a temporary feeling of excitement when you defeat regular players with honourless cheats. If you find any Free Fire Hacker, make sure you report them.
Hello, my name is Rishabh Bhagvath. My gaming alias is Pawn. I am an aspiring Dota 2 player from Hyderabad, India. I have always been interested in writing articles and when esportsportal presented me with an opportunity, I came on board right away.
Currently I am the Dota expert and editor for esportsportal.