How to read the Free Fire official comics

Garena Free Fire has an official website for stories, comics, and other content based on the characters from the game, which everyone can read and enjoy free of cost. Free Fire continues to publish content on its website in the form of stories, comics, and videos. Free fire fans will find a wealth of information pertaining to their favorite character. These materials are also accessible in different languages.

How to read Free Fire official comics

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The Free Fire universe features comics like The Runawayz: Decoded, The Runawayz: Moco, The Runawayz: Steffie, Reality Unveiled, and Katana Unsheathed. Katana Unsheathed is currently in progress, and all of the other comics have been completed and are available on the website. Every comic is broken down into chapters. The story category contains written stories featuring Free Fire characters such as Moco, Wolfrahh, Steffie, and Shirou.  Anyone can read free fire comics by following the steps below:

1. Visit the Free Fire official website

  • Click on the link here. This is a direct link to the comic part of the official Free Fire website, i.e. the Universe section.

2. Select the ‘Comics’ category and the language of choice

Read Free Fire official comics
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  • Select the comics category from the available selections by clicking on the menu button near the upper right cornerOn the side of the menu icon, there is a language choice option, select any language from the available options.

3. Select any available comic from the list.

Read Free Fire official comics
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You’ll get a list of all completed comics as well as portions of ongoing comics after selecting the comic option. Choose any desired one and begin reading. 

After a certain period of time interval, new chapters of comics are released. As a result, users must wait to enjoy the entire comic.

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