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Venom ready to unleash carnage in Garena’s Free Fire

Chaos is coming as Free Fire meets "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" in the mobile game's first ever collaboration with a movie franchise. Image credit: Garena
Image credit: Garena

Chaos is coming as Free Fire meets “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” in the mobile game’s first ever collaboration with a movie franchise.

Launching on Oct. 10, the Free Fire x Venom crossover will feature elements of the lethal protector Venom and Carnage in one of the world’s most popular mobile games. Free Fire developer Garena promises a wild, immersive experience with exclusive content from the upcoming movie.

“This collaboration with “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is a huge milestone for us and our players all over the world. The iconic character reflects a key component of Free Fire gameplay — creating chaos and eliminating enemies to survive – and is part of our commitment to offer memorable experiences for our global community,” said Garena Producer Harold Teo in a press statement.

Let there be carnage

“We are always looking for new ways to deliver immersive entertainment to fans. We are excited to be working with Free Fire and its engaged community of players to amplify the “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” movie experience. We hope that fans enjoy what we have in store for them,” said Sony Pictures Entertainment EVP for Brand Strategy and Global Partnerships Jeffrey Godsick.

Starting Oct. 10, playable content, in-game items, and collectibles will be unleashed onto Free Fire as part of a dedicated in-game event. Players will be able to deck their characters out in “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” costume bundles and collect exclusive collaboration content.

Free Fire fans heading to the cinemas to catch “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” are also in for a real treat, as they will be delighted to find elements of their favorite game hidden in the movie.

Garena is a part of Sea Limited, a leading global consumer internet company. In addition to Garena, Sea’s other core businesses include its e-commerce arm Shopee, and digital financial services arm SeaMoney.