10 tips to do well with Duo and Squad in Free Fire

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To play in Duo (double) or Squad (4 players) in Free Fire, you need to do good teamwork. It is very important to have good communication with your partner and learn some techniques that help a lot.

In a duo or squad, you can take advantage of many situations in the game, but for that, your bond with your partner has to be well tuned. Check out our tips and learn how to improve.

1. ALWAYS communicate with microphone



Communication with your partner is essential to getting good results, and there's no better way than using the microphone. Still, it is important that you communicate in a simple and clear. You don't have to say long sentences and explain in full detail what's going on.

If you want to indicate an enemy that is nearby, just say "enemy!" or say "front of house" to be more assertive. Remember that if you are talking about everything but the game, it will be more difficult to create good communication.

2. Use the compass to indicate the location

The compass at the top of the game screen is undoubtedly the best tool to maintain good communication with your partner. Through the coordinates, you can perfectly indicate what you are seeing. For example, if you need help eliminating an enemy, simply tell your partner the number on the compass: "Enemy at 110". This makes it much easier than saying that someone is "hiding in the fourth tree after the second house."

3. Mark the places on the map

Even before jumping out of the plane, you must mark on the map where you want to land for your partner to follow. Any player on the team can mark the desired location on the map and this is very important for everyone to follow the same path. During the game, you don't need to open the map, if you look at the compass at the top of the screen, you'll know if you're on the right track. You can mark any position on the map at any time during the match.



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4. Maintain 360º security

One of the great advantages of playing as a team is that you are not as unprotected as when playing alone. Whenever a player advances, the other takes cover and guards the back. This way, you will be able to maintain a 360 degree safe area.

This is a widely used military strategy that ensures the safety of team members. If you're stuck in a house, it's really important not to stay together and share entrance coverage with your partners.

5. Don't always walk together too much

When you are moving somewhere on the map it is important not to run with your partner. If you are caught by a hidden duo, your chances of surviving will be much lower.

The ideal is to walk slightly apart. That is, knowing that they are close to each other, but not glued together. If only one player is attacked and falls, the other being a little further away will have a chance to eliminate the enemies and still have time to save the partner. Even better when one partner covers the ground while the other moves.

6. Heal safely

Since we speak in case someone on the team is shot down, it is very important to go to your partner's aid very carefully. It's no use putting yourself in danger and being shot down too. The ideal is to shoot down the enemies before to heal your partner or at least seek a safe place. The knocked out partner can also crawl to a more protected location, facilitating healing.


7. Don't go straight to the loot of the downed enemy



It's a big mistake to run for loot when you kill an enemy. First because other players may have heard the shooting and are waiting for someone to approach, second because if that enemy's partner is still alive, he will want revenge.

Before going to the loot, it is necessary to make sure that you have killed all the team members or if they have already fled far away. Don't be hasty and always play calmly and intelligently.

8. Share loot with partner

It's important to know what loot your partner has already picked up and if they are in need of anything. Early in the game, finding the best loot is sometimes tricky, so try to keep your team's gear balanced. Always be on the lookout if anyone needs any weapons, bandages or vests.


9. Use vehicles to move

Vehicles can be used by more than one person and you have to take advantage of that. While one is driving, the other player is aware of where the enemies are. As soon as someone starts shooting, you should leave the vehicle a little way away and go hunting the enemies.

10. Train a lot with the same partners

The ideal is to always have your team well defined and play with the same people. If you're in a guild, it's easier to combine to play. If you play with people you don't know, all these tips are always more difficult to follow, as communication will never be the same.

Find out here how to create or join a guild!

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