LDPlayer: Emulator friendly to average PC with smooth control
LDPlayer is one of the best Free Fire emulator. It was released in 2016. But it has established itself a good reputation for providing smooth and intuitive control, and optimized graphic performance to gamers. LDPlayer attaches great importance to the user habit in controlling. Apart from the default control schema, it also allows users to custom the keyboard and mouse control. Additionally, it supports gamepad control too.
Play Free Fire with Smooth Control
WADS are used to control the direction of moving. Button Z and C are used to change your position. Lying down by pressing Z. Mounting down by pressing C. Pressing the right button of mouse to scout around. You can shift from running to stand still and vice versa in no time by press “shift” button on keyboard. As we can see, almost all the move control buttons are in the left zone of keyboard, which can significantly shorten the reaction time.
Play Free Fire with high graphics
Free Fire is a game that is friendly to low-end devices. You don’t have to use a beast computer to power up Free Fire in 60 FPS with LDPlayer. Besides, LDPlayer has been optimized for gaming Free Fire on PC with high performance. You can easily reach 60 FPS if you follow the instruction below. Make sure you choose the best emulator and in-game settings for Free Fire.
Step 1: Open your emulator settings from the toolbar and go to “Advanced”
Step 2: Allocate “4 cores” to CPU and “3072M” to RAM
Step 3: Click “Save” to apply the changes
Bluestacks: Emulator for high-end PC with smart control
Bluestacks is one of the first Android emulators. It boasts off its fast speed. It claims that it is 6 times faster than the top Android phones. Bluestacks also provides keyboard and mouse control. In fact, Bluestacks and LDPlayer are equipped with similar gaming functions. The biggest difference between them is that Bluestacks needs a high-end computer to fully bring out its excellent performance. LDPlayer is friendly to average PC.
Bluestacks optimized the control scheme for Free Fire too. Apart from the regular control, it also provides “smart control” for Free Fire. You can this function in the settings. Once you enable it, Bluestacks will automatically detect the gaming and enter the shooting mode when it feels you are about to shoot somebody, which reduces the time to switch on and off the shooting mode.
NoxPlayer: Emulator for windows and Mac
NoxPlayer is one of the mainstream Android emulators too. Its popularity is partly attributed to the fact that it supports both windows and Mac. Its UI is simple and easy to use. Besides, apart from keyboard and mouse control, it also supports gamepad control. Its default control scheme is similar to that of LDPlayer.