Free Fire, one of the games battle royale most popular around the world, it is a complete success in many Latin American countries, where millions of users enjoy it both with their friends and by pairing up with other random Spanish-speaking players. Given this mechanic, it is common for the title to serve to meet new people, and many do it using the voice chat Incorporated. Now, can you imagine being able to change the sound of your voice so that it sounds like that of a squirrel? It is possible with this simple trick that we will teach you here.
Modifying the voice in Free Fire can be useful for many things. First of all, if you already have a squad with your friends that you usually play with, you can surprise them and even make them laugh unexpectedly, especially if you expect a serious moment.
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You can also use it with strangers when using the random matchmaking option. In any case, changing your voice with such a funny effect is nothing more than a curiosity, but it can generate funny reactions if you dare to try it with different people.
How to sound like a squirrel in Free Fire?
Before continuing, we must point out that this trick is only available to users with a device Android, since you will need to download an application from the Play Store from Google, and play the version of Free Fire for this operating system.
The first thing we must do is download the application VoiceFX for Android. You can download it from the Play Store. It is worth mentioning that there are two versions available, one paid and the other free. For this trick, it will be enough for us to choose the alternative without cost.
Once the app is downloaded, follow these steps:
- In VoiceFX, find the effect of Squirrel and activate it by clicking on it
- Then, click on the three horizontal lines at the top left to open the sidebar of Setting
- In that menu, you must press the option broadcast live voice
- After this, select the effect again in Squirrel until an animated black and white icon appears. This will indicate that your voice is already being processed in real time.
The last thing that remains is to minimize VoiceFX and open the Free Fire app to play normally. Now, every time you speak into the microphone, your voice will have the effect chosen in the application.
One downside to this trick is that if you ever want to switch effects, you’ll need to first close both apps (VoiceFX and Free Fire) for it to take effect. Still, it’s one of the most practical ways to modify your sound in this and any other game with voice chat.