Good news for Mobile gamers in India. Post the ban of PUBG Mobile in India, Players all over the country have been looking for a similar game to play and FAU-G was teased just after the ban of PUBG Mobile. However, PUBG Mobile will take quite some time be relaunched in India but FAU-G an action game is all set to hit the play stores this month.
Since PUBG Mobile was banned in India, a void couldn’t be filled in a lot of lives as it had become a part of their lives. However, FAU-G is a completely India-made game and has been grabbing headlines since a couple of months.
As per the report by InsideSport, FAU-G which is being developed by nCore Games from Bangalore and is going to be based on the Galwan Valley episode, could be launched this month. However, nCore which is based in Bangalore is yet to disclose an official release date of the game.
FAU-G which stands, or Fearless and United Guards is an action game being developed in India and is being endorsed by Akshay Kumar who has been promoting the game since the start. The game will be designed to give tough competition to PUBG Mobile by offering similar graphics and gameplay. Recently a teaser was released by the game developers which shows Indian Army Soldiers having a brawl with enemies and are engaged in hand-to-hand combat, which is a similar episode from the Galwan Valley engagement.
Pre-Registrations are Open
The game nearly had 1 million preregistrations on play store in just 3 days. With such an overwhelming response in three days this game is set to be a hit. You as well can pre-register for the game by going on to play store and searching for FAU-G, this early registration will make sure that you are intimated as soon as the game hits the play store and is available for download. However, the pre-registration page does not show any further information over the game like the size of the game or compatible devices.
What’s more intriguing is PUBG Corp is all set to bring the Indian version of the battle royale game in India keeping all regulations set by the government of India and will have almost similar features and gameplay as the Chinese version of the game called PUBG Mobile which was banned in India for security and data protection reasons. As of now the game is still facing issues in meeting with the Indian counterparts to take the development ahead. But it looks like, it will take some time, for now FAU-G will keep us occupied if the game is set to launch this month.