After many speculations, FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards) is finally live on Google Play Store for registration. The game was announced just after the ban on PUBG in India. After this, it gained massive recognition as it has been developed in India.
Interestingly, the game was launched just after the tensions between India and China over the Galwan Valley skirmish escalated. The gameplay trailer reveals that the game's actual theme is also based on the Galwan valley. The characters will be called FAU-G commandos, an elite group of Indian soldiers patrolling the dangerous territory.
For now, the FAU-G game has just been made available for Android but there is no word on its availability on the Apple app store. The game is officially available on the Play Store for pre-registration. Users who have pre-registered will receive a push notification, letting them know the game is available for download. Eligible devices will have the game automatically downloaded and installed. The size of the download and other details about the version has not been revealed. But the listing gives a brief about the storyline and the gameplay.
Bengaluru-based nCore Games is developing FAU-G. The first teaser came back in October 2020, and the game was supposed to launch in November. But due to some technical problems, the game release got delayed.
PUBG mobile India is also going to make a comeback in the market soon. It will be interesting to see how the Indian audience responds to the first "made in India" action-packed game for mobile.
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