Garena has post poned the launch of Free Fire India for a few days.

Singapore capital-based game developer Garena has postponed the much-awaited launch of the special Indian edition of the popular battle royale game Free Fire by ‘a few weeks’ to fully complete its localization

Last week, Garena said that Free Fire is set to make a comeback in India after a one-and-a-half-year ban, with the game being available for download on September 5.

The Free Fire company said that it is postponing the launch of the game in order to provide ‘the best possible experience’ to all Free Fire India fans.

“Apart from improving the gameplay, we are taking some time to fully complete our localization of the Free Fire India experience,” the company said in a statement.

Garena first announced the launch of its special ‘Free Fire India’ edition on August 31, with former Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni as its brand ambassador.

The company has also said that Free Fire India will be made an India-specific app, with features and content specific to the local market.

India’s Home Ministry had banned Free Fire in India along with 53 other apps in February last year due to security concerns. However, Garena continued its operations in India by providing a premium version of the game, Free Fire Max, which was not banned by the Centre.

The latest version of Free Fire in India will have a verification system to enable parental monitoring and gameplay limits to address the Centre’s concerns.

The company has also partnered with Hiranandani Group company Yotta for the relaunch. Yotta will provide local cloud hosting and storage infrastructure for the games.

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