It hasn’t been too long since the OB34 update for Garena Free Fire rocked the Free Fire community. Now, the community is eagerly waiting for the Free Fire Advance Server OB35 update. Due to the excellent gameplay and constant additions, Garena Free Fire has continued to enthral battle royale enthusiasts worldwide. If you’re someone who’s been waiting for the next Free Fire update, you’re in luck. Since rumours of the next update are rife over the internet, we’re going to give you all the information you need on the next update.
Let’s jump into the points you need to remember about this update!
What is Advance Server?
You’ll have to remember that the Advance Server isn’t the official update released worldwide. In fact, it acts more as a beta testing opportunity for the developers. These Advance Servers allow players to try new features and provide feedback to the developers. The developers then use this feedback and implement the changes before the official update releases worldwide. Since the game is banned in India by the Indian government, you can play Garena Free Fire MAX and wait for the update. If you’ve downloaded Garena Free Fire via third-party applications, you can access the Advance Server OB35.
The first bit of information every Free Fire player wants to know first is about the update’s release date. While the update’s official release will happen sometime around July 20, 2022, the Advance Server OB35 could release around July 7, 2022. This means that the developers will have ample time to make any changes to the final build of the update before the global release.
How to activate?
The activation process for the Free Fire Advance Server OB35 can be a bit tricky. While you can download the update via third-party sources as an APK file, we wouldn’t recommend it. In any case, if you can access the game through a VPN (Virtual Private Network), you should get the Advance Server through the official site. There’s a process of activating the Advance Server as well. So, let’s check out how you can activate it.
- Wait until Garena announces that registration and activation of the Advance Server are up on their official site. Then, head to the site. You will have to use a VPN to access the site.
- Once you’ve gained access, you’ll have the option of logging in through either Facebook or Google credentials. Use whichever option you’re comfortable with.
- You will have to submit details such as email, phone number, and your full name. Ensure that the email and phone number provided are in use.
- Once the registration and signup processes are completed, you’ll receive the activation code in either the email or phone number that you provided.
- Use the activation code to download the Free Fire Advance Server OB35.
Note: Receiving an activation code from Garena for the Advance Server is a matter of luck. There are limited slots available, so you’ll have to exercise patience.
Unfortunately, Garena has been relatively silent on the features that the new update will bring to the game. One can assume that new cosmetics and game modes will be added to the game, as that was the case with the Free Fire OB34 update. To know what new features are coming, you either have to receive an activation code or wait for an official announcement from Garena. However, you can get free diamonds if you gain access to the Free Fire Advance Server OB35. Report whatever bugs you come across in-game. If you’ve reported the bugs successfully, Garena will reward you with free diamonds. That’s a sweet deal, isn’t it?
We hope this article has helped you understand more about the Free Fire Advance Server system. It’s a neat platform for users worldwide to access the game’s new features early. Moreover, you get free diamonds for reporting bugs, and you know exactly the kind of features to expect from an upcoming game update. This is similar to the Minecraft Preview system, which actively helps developers cater to their players’ requirements. So, if you’re a Free Fire fan, what are you waiting for? Check out the Free Fire Advance Server OB35 page and register for the beta testing!