Looking for an Android emulator with which to play Free Fire from your computer that also does not occupy many requirements? We have the solution, we have made a list of the best emulators to play Free Fire and Free Fire MAX on your PC. The best of all is that they are 100% free, let’s check them out!
We recommend you read the installing Free Fire on your PC guide before continuing, but if you already know how to do it and want to see more emulators, read on.
#1 – Bluestacks: The best emulator on the market
Without a doubt, Bluestacks is one of the most recognized emulators in the world and it is totally understandable, its power, performance, ease of use, and installation make it a great option to enjoy Free Fire from your computer. The only problem with Bluestacks is that it is not the emulator that consumes the least but does not worry because we have other options in the next point.
If you have a good computer this won’t worry you.
The minimum requirements of Bluestacks are:
- Operating system: Windows 7 or higher
- Processor: Intel or AMD.
- RAM memory: 4 GB RAM minimum.
- Disk space: 5 GB minimum
- Have virtualization enabled in the BIOS
- Update all drivers
It is possible to use Bluestacks on MAC as well, it all depends on the version you are using.
One of the most active users in the Free Fire community Golemcito uses Bluestacks for better streaming.
Now there is the possibility to play Free Fire in the browser with Bluestacks 10, which is hosted all in the cloud so you don’t have to download anything, try it and tell us how it works.
#2 MEmu Play – The Emulator for Low-End PC
Now let’s go with the Android emulator with the lowest requirements on the market, Memu. This emulator stands out for being quite simple but offering very similar features to Bluestacks, although the configurations are not so simple and it is likely to shut down unexpectedly if you push it to the limit. If you don’t have a high-end computer, we recommend downloading this emulator so you can enjoy the experience on your computer.
The most positive point of MEmu is that being very simple, it makes that it does not require so many requirements and therefore your computer is not very slowed down, even so, as a minimum you must have these requirements to use MEmu:
- Processor x86 CPU Intel or AMD
- Operating System: WinXP SP3 and above
- Updated Windows drivers
- Hardware virtualization technology enabled in the BIOS
- Minimum 4GB of RAM
- Minimum 4GB of free hard disk space
- If you have fluidity problems, update the drivers
#3 NoxPlayer – The Best Emulator for Free Fire MAX
If you are only interested in gaming and just want to enjoy Free Fire MAX, without a doubt, NoxPlayer is the option you should choose. This emulator is designed for mid-range computers, offering great gameplay at all times, without those, unexpected lags that induce the death of your player in seconds.
Remember that you can play both on your MAC and Windows computer, yes, NOX like all emulators are made with Android, so if you have an iPhone cell phone you will find it very difficult to make it work here.
The minimum requirements for NOX are:
- Operating system: Windows 7 or higher
- Processor: Intel or AMD
- RAM memory: 1 GB minimum
- Storage: 1 GB minimum
#4 LDPlayer – A big bet for many players
As a final option, we have LDPlayer a very light emulator that bets on great playability thanks to its constant updates and has very good features with the latest Android Nougat 7.1. It is one of the most downloaded emulators and has 4 Million active users on its emulator day by day.
This is a great option if you want to enjoy Free Fire and you have a computer with good requirements, although it does not consume much.
With LDPlayer if you want, you can play Free Fire with a controller as if it were a console.
Minimum requirements for LDPlayer:
- Operating System: Windows 7 or higher
- Windows DirectX 11-compatible graphics card
- 2 GB of RAM
- 2 GB of hard disk space
Always remember to have Bios Virtualization enabled for all Emulators, you can see a tutorial here on how to do this:
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