Free Fire breaks world record for largest video game screen ever

Gerena hosted an event this weekend at the Tropicana Las Vegas Resort to celebrate the 4th anniversary of their survival shooter Free Fire. The company has partnered with Limelight Projection Mapping and WorldStage to create a massive 3D light art display with a full projection size with over 1.6 million lumens of light. The video was then projected onto the side of the Tropicana, which broke the previous world record for the largest projected video game. Covering 46,733.65 square feet, Free Fire is now listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for this display.

Currently, the 4th anniversary celebrations have continued in the game with a special anniversary mission available until September 5th, a special 4th anniversary interface, login rewards, anniversary gifts, and special daily missions.

Free fire is a survival shooter game available now on mobile devices. The game features 10 minute rounds where players are placed on a remote island against 49 other players, all in search of survival. Players can choose their starting point and skydive, but are still limited to the safe zone where they will meet other players. During the game, players can also drive vehicles, hide or even become invisible by leaning under the grass or rifts.

Free fire is now available on iOS and Android devices.

You can watch the event below:

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