Free Fire is one of the most popular battle royale genre in the gaming community. Likewise its popularity is due to some of it’s unique features. One of these features is the varied characters with different abilities in the game. DJ Alok and Clu are two popular characters in the game. In this article we take a look at DJ Alok VS Clu are compare their abilities in the game.
Abilities of the two characters
DJ Alok is probably the most popular character in the game. His ability is called ‘Drop The Beat.’ Likewise this ability creates a 5m aura around the character which restores 5HP/sec for 10 seconds. Moreover this also increases ally movement speed by 10%.
At max level this ability increases ally movement speed by 15% and restores 5HP/sec for 10 seconds.
Clu’s active ability is called Tracing Steps. This ability lets her locate the position of enemies within 30m. However the locations of the players who are in a squat position won’t be revealed. This information is shared with teammates and the effect lasts for 5 seconds with a cooldown of 50s.
At maximum level the radius becomes 50m and the effect lasts for 7 seconds.
DJ Alok VS Clu
Both the characters are very strong when used properly. However comparing DJ Alok VS Clu, gives us a clear information about who is stronger.
Clu’s ability is a great scouting tool and lets the squad locate the enemies. However the downside is that if the opponents are squating or lying down, their locations won’t be revealed. Meanwhile this ability can give the upper hand to the squad to get in the first strike.
DJ Alok on the other hand has a great AOE healing ability. The heal provided is very crucial in a fight and can change the outcome of the skirmish. Moreover this ability also provides a boost in move speed which can be used to dodge or take cover.
Comparing the two characters, we can come to a conclusion that DJ Alok is the better character. His healing and move speed boost coupled with a low cooldown makes this a very strong ability to have.
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