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Free Fire: Flash is a new Turtle-like pet coming with the January 2022 update

Get ready to try the new pet Flash!

Free Fire offers various distinctive in-game features, one such fascinating component is Free Fire pets. Pets accompany the players on the battlefield, as every pet in Free Fire is added with a unique skill that helps with an additional advantage. Along with the new characters and features, Free Fire introduces a new pet after every OB update. According to the Free Fire OB32 Advanced Server, the upcoming pet of Free Fire will be a turtle called “Flash”. Also, the ability of this new pet is also known.

Free Fire Flash pet unique skills and abilities

The skill of Flash is called Steel Shell (resembling the protective turtle shell). It will create an advantage for the pet skill users by damage reduction. Basically on equipping the Flash pet skill, players will get reduced damage from behind.

This pet ability may not help in damage reduction from fists or melee weapons. Most often, the new pets are exclusively added to the top-up events.

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Image via Garena

Furthermore, players can equip their favorite pets with any of their desired pet skills. However, players can upgrade the pet to the max level to unlock pet emotes, skins and also upgrade the ability. The Flash Skill levels are listed below.

LevelDamage reduction(from knife and bullets)Reuse time / Cool down time
Level 110% Up to 100 point150 sec
Level 215% Up to 120 points120 sec
Level 325% Up to 150 points90 sec

Free Fire Flash pet release date

This pet will be available after the upcoming OB32 update of January 2022 and for now, it has been added to the Advanced Server. The users having access to the OB32 Advanced server can test this pet exclusively. Those who are waiting for this to arrive in the main game need to wait until the official patch update arrives.

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