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How to delete Free Fire account?

Singapore-based Garena Free Fire is a combat shooter game designed for low-end devices. The concept is similar to the PUBG game. Players land on a deserted island, compete for weapons and supplies and take down any survivors who stand in their way. To win the game, users need to survive until the end of the game.

But the list of open-world survival games is not just limited to these two games. Today many other games in the market follow the same gaming concept.

If you wish to switch to another battle royale game or are too busy to get time to play the game and finally ready to delete your Free Fire account, then we have got you covered.

Also read: How to redeem codes in Free Fire?


Delete Free Fire account

In almost all online games, your account on the platform is governed by some Terms Of Services violating, which can render your account suspended, freeze or deleted permanently.

The same goes with Garena; any unethical use of the account or by order of any regulatory or governmental body or an order from a court of competent jurisdiction will prompt Garena to terminate your account along with forfeiting all virtual currency and items in the game.

Deleting your account with Garena Free Fire is not as straightforward as you might find with other games. And with time, it has also restricted the loopholes that many players have exploited to get the account deleted from the platform to either start a new journey in the game or play in a different region.

So, if you wish to get your account deleted from the platform the best course of action is to sign out of the in-game account and not log in again for more than 6 months. The In-activity in the account will allow Garena to delete your account for good. All you can do is unlink the account from a third-party platform.


How to unlink Free Fire account?

Before Initiating the gameplay, Free Fire demands the host to open an account by signing in through Facebook, Google, Twitter and VK account so that the progress or any in-game purchase can be saved and retrieved back in case the device is damaged.

You can find the guides to unlink the following three third-party accounts from Free Fire.

You can also play the game by opening a guest account, but any progress in such an account will automatically be deleted if you uninstall the game. Making a feasible choice for casual gamers who don’t wish to share their data with the Garena from other platforms.

It is a well-known fact that the games with which you link your social media account automatically get the consent to access and process your personal data saved in these social media accounts. And uninstalling or logging out from the game will still let Garena access your account for those in-active months.

So, it is highly recommended that the account you wish to remove from the game be unlinked from third-party platforms to prevent further sharing of any data.

Also read: What is AFK warning in Free Fire?


How to unlink a Free Fire account from Facebook?

Logging into Free Fire with Facebook or connecting your account with them to your Facebook will render Garena access to your non-public information. This access can automatically be revoked if you have not logged into the game for 90 days.

If you don’t wish to have this access after uninstalling the game, follow the step-by-step guide below to tweak the access settings.

How to delete Free Fire account?
  • On the Facebook app, click on the three horizontal line button at the top right corner of the screen.
  • Go to Settings on the next prompt.
How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Then click on the Apps and Websites button under Security.
  • On the next window find the Garena Free Fire from the list and click on it.
How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Now hit the Remove button.
  • In the end, a pop-up will appear, select the desired actions for removal of the game and then again tap on the Remove button.

Also read: How to get a V Badge in Free Fire?


How to unlink a Free Fire account from Google?

When you give third party access to your Google Account, they may be able to read, edit, delete or share sensitive, private info. Unlinking is the only way to prevent Free Fire from accessing this data.

How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Open the Settings of your your Smartphone.
  • Go to Google.
  • Then Click on the Manage Your Google Account option.
How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Select Security from the menu bar.
  • Hover down to Manage third-party access under Security.
  • Find Garena Free Fire from the Listed apps.
How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Click on the Blue coloured Remove Access button.
  • Select Ok on the pop-up prompt.

How to unlink a Free Fire account from Twitter?

Depending on the permission, access to a Third-party app may allow it to obtain your information, such as approval to read your tweets, to see your followers, access your DM,s and post tweets on your behalf.

So any inconvenience occurring due to such access will not be addressed by the social media giant. Likewise, it is better to give minimum permission when signing into the game with a Twitter account and revoke the permission as you uninstall or play with a different account.

How to delete Free Fire account?
  • Open your Twitter account and click on Profile icon at the top left corner of the screen.
  • On the drop-down menu select Settings & privacy.
How to delete Free Fire account?
  • On the next window click on Security and account access button.
  • Then tap on Apps and sessions key.

On the app and sessions window click on Connected apps>Garena Free Fire>Revoke app permissions.

Remember that if you open your account in the game through these third-party platforms before the expiry of 6 months, then the game will automatically get linked to these platforms with its previous permissions enabled.

Also read: What is BR mode in Free Fire?

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