Pet in Free Fire are not created equal, some are far more popular than others. Here are the best and best ff pets in the June 2022 issue that players often ignore when playing in BR mode.
Free Fire is one of the most customizable shooter games, with players able to build their loadout using character skins, weapon skins and pets.
Although often overlooked, a good fiber pet is very strong and has unique skills that normal characters don't have.
In this article, we will show you a good underrated ff pet for Free Fire Battle Royale mode in OB34.
List of Good FF Pets For BR
Free Fire players have the option to choose any pet from the various options offered by the Battle Royale title. They have their own unique abilities which can be used to win matches in the game.
Some of them like Falco, Dreki, etc are often chosen by players because of their extraordinary abilities. On the other hand, some of them, as given below, are seldom selected.
The first good ff pet is Zasil. Zasil's new pet is a baby axolotl with the ability to double a player's Inhaler, Med Kit, or Repair Kit. At level 1, every time a player uses one of those items, there's a chance they'll get an additional copy of that item for Free.
This skill seems overpowered at first glance, but is actually quite weak. In addition to percentage-based activation, it also has a long cooldown of 120 seconds.
Getting a free medkit every 2 minutes is just a minimal bonus that doesn't affect the game much in the long run. You can't even collect them in bulk, because you need to use items to trigger skills.
Pet Free Fire Agent Hop has a passive ability called Bounce Bonus, which gives players EP every time the zone shrinks.
Overall, Agent Hop is a very solid pet. On average, the safe zone will shrink by about 4 to 5 times, which means you can get around 200 EP to 250 EP per match from this pet.
This great ff pet would be a great source of EP for a character like K. Overall, Agent Hop alone can provide enough EP for almost an entire match, allowing it to regenerate all chip damage.
Moony is the third flying pet in Free Fire. It was an alien wearing a hip-hop costume sitting on a flying saucer. His ability is a passive skill called Paranormal Protection.
This name is a bit odd, because Moony is an alien and not a supernatural being. With this pet equipped, its owner will take up to 20 percent less damage while in the interaction countdown (using Medkits, repairing and more).
While this ability may sound pointless, there's actually some special use in this fast-paced meta.
For example, if you heal using a medkit in the middle of a battle with Maxim's skill, even if the enemy gives chase, the bonus damage reduction will still give you the edge.
Dr. Beanie's skill is a passive skill called "Dashy Duckwalk". This increases movement speed while crouching by 30/45/60 percent at level 1/2/3. Since snipers usually crouch when shooting, Dr. Beanie is actually quite useful.
Crouching is always useful in Free Fire. This gives players a lower profile and makes it difficult for enemies to hit them (especially if they are on higher ground).
In addition, it also reduces the sound of footsteps. The only thing that balances it out is less mobility when crouching. Players are slowed down by 50 percent compared to normal movement speed.
At Level 3, Sensei Tig can reduce the duration of the enemy's man-marking skill by 60 percent. So even if you've been tagged by Elite Moco, the maximum mark duration is only 5 seconds if you keep moving.
Moco has always been a very popular character choice for many players because he is free and he is strong. This nice ff pet will be a good counter for him.
As for Shirou, his skills only last 3 seconds. Not sure how this pet will interact with Clu's skills as the skill continuously scans the area around it for 7 seconds.
Come into the game with the Helping Hand skill, a giant babu with strong arms and increases the range of throwing weapons such as smoke, grenades, or flashbangs by up to 30 percent.
This will give players a huge advantage in the game as you can deal more damage to enemies without getting too close to them.
Overall, this will actually increase the chances of hitting an enemy with a grenade, as usually the main reason for missing one is that the target is too far away.
Only regular Flash and Grenades will benefit from this, as you'll usually use Gloo and Smoke on nearby targets. Overall, this great ff pet is useful both in solo teams, squads, and even clashes, as good players will be using their grenades all the time.