Free Fire sets the world record for largest video game display
By Bob Garcia
The popular video game has been immortalized at the Tropicana Las Vegas Resort
Gerena definitely wanted to celebrate the fourth anniversary of its survival shooter Free Fire with great fanfare, and that’s why it chose the Tropicana Las Vegas Resort to hold a massive event last weekend to do it in the most unique way. Partnering with Limelight Projection Mapping and WorldStage, the company was able to create a monstrous 3D light art display, which had a full projection size with 1.6 million lumens of light. Once the colossal stage was set up, the video was projected onto the side of the Tropicana, easily breaking the previous world record for the largest projected video game. With an area of 46,733.65 square feet, the Guinness Book now has Free Fire as one of its tenants.
Free Fire’s popularity has skyrocketed as more and more players want to dive into this survival shooter game, especially now that it is also available on any mobile smart device. The game is based on ten-minute rounds where 50 players are placed on a remote island, with the only goal of staying alive. During the game, you can use vehicles, hide to keep surviving, or even become invisible by leaning under grass or crevices. The game has been able to bring together friends and strangers, in order to prove who has the necessary skill to survive to the end of each round while being able to eliminate as many opponents as possible.
The 4th-anniversary celebrations have not yet come to an end, as a special anniversary mission can be found in the game and will remain available until September 5. In addition, the game features a special interface to commemorate the date, anniversary gifts, login rewards, and special daily missions to keep all users entertained.