Booyah! Guide for Free Fire Squad Mode

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Booyah! Guide for Free Fire Squad Mode

Booyah is Free Fire’s version of winner chicken dinner, a name for the last man standing in the game session. Free Fire allows you to play with friends in a squad mode. There are slight differences when you’re aiming Booyah as a squad. These following tips could be your guide to achieve Booyah when playing with your friends in the squad mode, let’s check them out.

Squad Landing

Event though squad parachuting is optional, it’s very important to parachute together than individually. The main idea of playing squad mode is to play together throughout the game and it starts with parachuting. Remember, in the squad more, you’ll likely combat squad, so you can’t do it on your own. It’s very important to choose a proper spot to land. If you’re avoiding early combats, you should at least land to the area with buildings where there are sufficient weapons, ammo, medkits, vests, helmet, and other vital supplies for the entire squad members.

Looting Priority

There are some principles of looting in Free Fire squad mode including adequacy, auto-loot, and sharing. If you’ve been playing solo for a while you should have an overview of the place where you can get adequate loots, just use this information for your squad playing. Basic loots are out of priority and use the visual to collect them effectively with auto-loot. Share your vital supplies especially medkits whenever squad members need them.

Check also the previous article: What You Need To Know About Free Fire’s Safe Zone

Squad Weaponry Configuration

Each squad member can have their own role whether they’re sniper, assaulter, rifler or other roles. The squad will have to configure the weaponry based on this expertise. The specific weapon should be looted and set as default as the first primary weapon depending on the role. If it’s possible, use the second primary weapons with a similar magazine for all squad members so you can share magazines in tight squad combats. This configuration would accommodate your squad’s strategy as well as maintain the survival of each squad member.

Wisely Take Vehicle

It would depend on where your squad land and the condition. Vehicles take you from a point to point way faster than running. However, they’re also noisy which allows other squads to recognize and anticipate your position easily. If the condition drives you to use a vehicle to reach the Safe Zone immediately, then ride it but continue on-foot after you’re there. If you find enemies on your path when driving, just hit and kill them with your vehicle.

Keep Moving after Killing

It’s a basic tip but becomes more critical if you’re playing squad mode. After killing an enemy, just keep moving to cover and clean the area before looting the dead. Keep alert as the other squad members may be still around. On the other hand, your fire already marks your position so you would be a clear prey if not moving. Use the landscape and structures to cover your position and keep moving until the combat area is clear.

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Booyah! Guide for Free Fire Squad Mode
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Booyah! Guide for Free Fire Squad Mode
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Booyah is Free Fire’s version of winner chicken dinner, a name for the last man standing in the game session. Free Fire allows you to play with friends in a squad mode.
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