After the Indian government banned 118 apps including PUBG mobile the mobile game enthusiastic seemed to be depressed. Indian government came up with the homemade, “atma-nirbhar” or self-reliant solution then. Just after ban they teased a new mobile app called FAU-G which is clamed to replace PUBG mobile according to them. Everything seems set up for FAU-G to launch in October-End as per the teasers we are seeing till now.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar revealed the game firstly through his post. It looks like a battle royale mobile game which is mainly made to quench the thirst of PUBG players. nCore Games, based in the Bengaluru, will be launching FAU–G which states for Fearless and United: Guards. The game is supposed to get launched by the end of October as per stated by the company’s co-founder Vishal Gondal. Mr. Gondal also adds “This game was in the works for some months, and the first level of the game is based on Galwan Valley.”
FAU-G aims to focus on Indian patriotism and it is sound really great to hear that 20 percent of its net revenues will be given to a state-backed trust that supports the families of soldiers who dies during following their duties.
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Speaking of it perspectives right now to be frank we have mixed feeling towards FAU-G. The teasers seem fantastic and its sure that this will somewhere be resembling PUBG mobile. But as we all know towards gaming; graphics plays a major role so let’s hope it comes with an excellent graphics which will ensures our satisfactory experience. October is not too far and we expect this wait will be fruitful.