Garena Free Fire is removed from the Apple App Store » TalkEsport


Garena Free Fire has been removed from the Apple App Store in the past few hours. The reason for removing Free Fire from their store has not been released by Apple nor has Garena commented.

This might be a simple glitch, but there are many things at play that could directly lead to Garena Free Fire being removed from the official app stores indefinitely.

Garena Free Fire is a popular battle royale game and shares a ton of similarities with PUBG Mobile.

Krafton sued Garena for this exact reason and said they created a “PUBG replica” in their lawsuit.

The lawsuit has also been extended to Google and Apple for distributing these alleged copies through their app stores. Krafton had stated the following in his claims:

“Free Fire and Free Fire Max extensively copy many aspects of Battlegrounds, both individually and in combination, including Battlegrounds’ unique copyrighted opening game feature, game structure and gameplay. , the combination and selection of unique weapons, armor, and items, items, locations, and the overall choice of color combinations, materials, and textures.”

Krafton Inc. had filed this lawsuit in the US District Court of California. The implications of this lawsuit were not apparent until now.

Removing Free Fire from the App Store might just be a hassle, but over time, some users said they were having issues accessing the game.

It could be a coincidence or the game could be about to face a shutdown on iOS devices.

It is still too early to draw conclusions and therefore updates from the parties concerned could shed some light on this situation.


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