Made in India FPS GAME FAU-G
FAU-G pre-registration on Google Play Store has started now.
Finally FAU-J mobile game has appeared. The game is now being pre-registered in the Google Play store after many delays and changing launch dates.
It seems as if developers are restricted to Android and now to launch the latest mobile title, since the Apple App Store hasn’t yet had pre-registrations.
Two days after PUBG was banned along with eleven other Chinese Apps in September, FAU-G, anticipates taking on PUBG Mobile India, was revealed.
But FAU-G is strongly marketed as a patriotic game that underlines the commitment of the armed forces rather than just an Indian alternative to the PUBG.
FAU-G is now available for pre-registration in Google Play Store, short for Courageous and Unified Guards. Users who are pre-registered are informed that the game is ready for download through push.
The game is automatically downloaded and installed by the qualifying devices. The download size and other version details have not yet been disclosed. However the list provides a brief about the plot and the gameplay.
The game was expected to have a level that emulates the Galwan Valley clashes between the Indian and Chinese armies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
FAU-G is being developed by Bengaluru-based nCore Games in collaboration with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. The first teaser went live on October 25.
The launch of the game was reportedly slated for the same month but hit a snag.
The developers then announced a November release that put it on a collision course with the hugely anticipated PUBG Mobile India — a slightly tailored version of PUBG announced for the Indian market.