How to get Poker MP40 in Free Fire: Step-by-step guide

 How to get Poker MP40 in Free Fire

The newest weapon to come back in the Poker MP40 Nonna Free Fire is the cosmetic.


It first came out months ago, and players loved the weapon's color scheme and effects. Developers have stopped to reclaim this rare weapon for gamers to abandon the game again.

How to get Poker MP40 in Free Fire: Step-by-step guide

The best weapons in any game in Free Fire are cosmetics, and they add to the firearm stats. As a result, professional players are always equipped with cosmetics to give them a better chance of winning double.

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How to get poker mp40 cosmetic in free fire

The Poker MP40 cannot be brought directly to the item store, being a rare cosmetic, players have to spin the Poker MP40 wheel using diamonds. They need to invest 40 diamonds for one spin, and for five spins, it will be 180 diamonds.

The Poker MP40 is available in four color variants - Flashing Spade (Yellow), Eternal Diamond (Green), Blazing Heart (Red), and Dreamy Club (Blue).

How to get Poker MP40 in Free Fire: Step-by-step guide

After the wheel rotates, gamers will have several prizes at their disposal. Gun skins, pet food, memory pieces and more can be obtained through spin. Most importantly, to unlock the Poker MP40 cosmetic, players must collect Royal Flash's Evolution Stone and Blueprint.


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When they have purchased these two items, players can click 'Enter' to prepare the weapon skin. To get the Flashing Spade Poker MP40 cosmetic, they would have to spend seven development stones and three blueprints.

How to get Poker MP40 in Free Fire: Step-by-step guide

Similarly, five development stones and two blueprints can give the players the Eternal Diamond MP40 cosmetic. It costs three development stones and a blueprint to get the Blazing Hearts and Fantasy Club versions.

These Poker MP40 variants have different stats (boost damage, boost accuracy, etc.) to help players get out of weapons and reduce their weaker parts.