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Free Fire vs Battleground Mobile India
Battlegrounds Mobile India is the much-awaited Game of the Year. Free Fire, another extremely popular Battle Royal title, has increased since the PUBG ban in September 2020.
As the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, Battleground Mobile India, is preparing to make a comeback, the Google Play Store has released its system requirements for Android devices.
This article will compare the system requirements of Free Fire vs Battleground Mobile India to analyze their performance on Android devices.
System Requirements for Free Fire
- Minimum System Requirements:
- Download Size – 710 MB
- Operating System – Android 4.0.3
- RAM – 1 GB (Suggest – 2 GB)
- Processor – MediaTek MT 6737 M quad-core
System Requirements for Battleground Mobile India
Requires a stable internet connection.
BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA recommended system requirements:
Android 5.1.1 or above and at least 2 GB RAM memory.
— Battlegrounds Mobile India 🇮🇳 (@BG_MOBILE_IN) May 18, 2021
following the description on the Google Play Store,
“Battleground Mobile India System Suggest: Android 5.1.1 or on high and at least 2 GB RAM memory.”
- Operating System: Android 5.1.1 or above
- RAM – 2 GB
- Processor: Snapdragon 600 equivalent or above
- Download Size: Unknown (yet to be released)
Which game will respond well on a 2 GB RAM Android device?
Since Battleground Mobile India and Free Fire both have the same minimum system requirements as 2GB RAM Android devices, players with low-end devices can expect both to run on their devices.
Although Free Fire will perform well on a 2 GB RAM device, this may not be the case for Battleground Mobile India. As the latter is a variant of the original PUBG mobile, players are expected to include the same resource-intensive and high-quality gameplay graphics.
These high-end graphics require strong and stable hardware to run optimally. PUBG Mobile performs well on devices with 4 GB RAM and generates a maximum of 45–50 fps.
On the other hand, Free Fire performs at maximum capacity on 4 GB RAM devices. It runs at the highest graphics settings, generating up to 60 fps frame rate.
Battleground Mobile India, being almost a replica of PUBG Mobile, is expected to incorporate similar graphical elements, utilizing most of the device resources. So, although Battleground Mobile India will run on 2GB RAM devices, players should be prepared for sluggish and choppy frame rates during gameplay.
On the other hand, as Free Fire is optimized for low-end devices, players can enjoy a smooth and lag-free gameplay experience even on a 2 GB RAM device.
Note: As Battleground Mobile India is yet to be released, this article is just a speculation-based analysis of how well the title can perform on a 2GB RAM device compared to Free Fire.