Back in September 2017 when Free Fire was released, the now-famous battle-royale game had other themes before the ones we know now about. In this article on Free Fire Theme songs, we’ll be taking a look at the many theme songs that diversified over time with each season in the game.
Great collection of Free Fire theme songs
We start the list with the first-ever and the oldest theme to note in the game. This theme song is based on a constant returning, quite intriguing, and nostalgic theme. This sends a huge sensation to anyone who played the game since release or in 2020 when it arrived in the Kalahari patch. With the game profile changing with each patch, themes have their value soared up to match the expectations of the released updates.
A rock-metal cover of the old theme. Some preferred over the old for recognizable traces of its predecessor in its melody. Truly a favorite for fans of this music genre. And also for those who like a minor change in rhythm without discarding the old beats.
Being the first-ever completely revamped version, the DJ theme has no direct recognizable parts. Neither from the old nor the new theme as the instruments used are far different and more energetic than the aforementioned. Fans hope that, just to the old theme, it will return to the game once more which is always a possibility occurring in the following updates
Old Halloween theme
A new rhythm to add to the list whilst being the first seasonal theme which unlike the DJ theme truly is something else. This song was released during Halloween to give players the chill feeling that comes with this season of spooks. Not as appealing as its predecessors but definitely something new the developers tried out.
New Halloween theme
Another complete revamp, but this time of the previously mentioned old Halloween theme. It’s a lot more appealing than the older version as the well-known old rhythm makes a return with a spooky cover added. Definitely a good theme for lovers of the orchestral genre, this song came to be in the Halloween update released in the next year.
Old Winterlands theme
With wintertime arriving in Free Fire back in 2018, so did this theme with a new orchestral piece. This kept the original beat and truly shares the Christmas spirit to the game’s player-base.
New winterlands theme
A new and improved version of the theme arrived the next year with Christmas and New Year drawing near. This drew attention as the developers tried out something new once more. Just like with the old Halloween theme, this song has no recognizable aspects of any of its predecessors. But it is nonetheless a nice piece to listen to for those who like symphonic music.
Alongside the OB22 patch in 2020, this new theme shared its summer glory to all the players that played actively during this period. Surely a gift to those that missed the old tones as resemblance was heard to the old theme’s patterns. This theme is a must-have on the list of those that want it to return next year.
Those who remember the Rampage event back in 2019 would find this theme quite appealing. This brings back a new type of orchestral theme as never heard before. It has significant patterns of all aforementioned old theme duplicates and will most likely never return as the battle of Rampage has concluded.
3rd Anniversary theme
For the first time, Free Fire released a theme just to celebrate the 3rd anniversary. This shows exactly how far the battle-royale game has increased in development budgets to invest in a single anniversary to thank its base for the vast support given to in the previous years. This theme mixes the old with a symphonic cover that stuns any listener for the longest time. It goes through different flows of its rhythm, which will soften the hearts of especially those who know the ups and downs the game went through the past years.
That’s all about the variety of Free Fire theme songs available in the game over all these years. And you can check all of them by clicking here.
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