The collaboration of the k-pop group and Free Fire presents “BTS Show Series”, a variety of videos in which Bangtan idols chose their own outfits and designed skins for the video game. On March 24, Garena Latin America published a new edition of the program in which the South Korean singers chose the best and worst suit through votes that surprised their fans.
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BTS x Free Fire: costume design
Each of the members of the Korean music septet designed a custom outfit for Free Fire on “BTS Show Series”. See below the skins of Jin, Taehyung, Namjoon, J-Hope, Jungkook, Jimin and Suga and also the score they got after casting their votes.
Jin: suit design for Free Fire
The oldest member of BTS, Jin, explained that he wanted to show a flashy look that would appeal to veteran Free Fire players.
Taehyung: suit design for Free Fire
V from BTS, artistic name of Kim Taehyung, preferred to show energy and skill through the Free Fire suit, in addition to choosing a suitable color so that players could camouflage themselves in different locations.
Namjoon: suit design for Free Fire
BTS leader Kim Namjoon opted for a fresh and summery concept, so he designed a surf suit geared towards veteran Free Fire players.
J-Hope: suit design for Free Fire
The rapper of the k-pop group and who recently tested positive for COVID-19, J-Hope from BTS, highlighted his preference for a unique style and commented that a silver suit and hair style for a Free Fire skin could be attractive for the participants of the video game.
Jungkook: suit design for Free Fire
For his part, the “golden maknae” of BTS, Jeon Jungkook, presented the exclusive design of his skin for Free Fire with a striking concept. However, he added with amusement that this could be costly for players.
Jimin: suit design for Free Fire
Park Jimin, singer and dancer of BTS, revealed that he was inspired by J-Hope to design his Free Fire suit and showed chains as part of the skin for the video game. His bandmates rated the model and added that it was a bit common.
Suga: suit design for Free Fire
Finally, Suga from BTS explained that it was based on the special forces unit and added the word “BTS” for Free Fire players to identify the design of k-pop idols.
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BTS: which member designed the best Free Fire outfit?
According to the votes of all the members of BTS, Jungkook designed the best suit of Free Fire and was even called the artist of the group. This is how the score for the skins of the singers of “IDOL” remained, a song that can already be heard within the video game.
Check out the new video of Free Fire’s “BTS Show Series” here.
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BTS x Free Fire: new video game interface
On March 24, Garena Free Fire updated the BTS-inspired game interface and also introduced a lobby, starting island, outfits and thematic collections of the k-pop group for all players.
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How to win BTS outfits for free?
ARMY wishes to get all the outfits designed by the boys of BTS. Given this, Free Fire must be played to grab tokens and use it in a roulette, which will give colored cards that will later be used to unlock a random skin.
New images of BTS x Free Fire
Garena Free Fire shared promotional images of BTS for the special collaboration, along with the new interface update in the video game to the delight of all its followers.
BTS elements in Free Fire
During the Free Fire game, ARMY can find special items such as weapons, cars, motorcycles and more. Given this, the Bangtan boys collaborated in designing them. These are available within the island.
BTS “Idol” MV Free Fire Version
BTS’s “Idol” MV will have a Free Fire version. On March 26, Garena announced the release of a video clip with the song in which we will see the Bangtan characters for the game. This will be presented on March 1.
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BTS spot in Las Vegas
Dates of “PTD Las Vegas”
- Friday, April 8, 2022 (face-to-face + live play)
- Saturday, April 9, 2022 (face-to-face + live play)
- Friday, April 15, 2022 (face-to-face + live play)
- Saturday, April 16, 2022 (face-to-face and online + live play).