After the ban on the PUBG game, gamers playing the battle game in India have faced a lot of problems. Gamers are demanding a Made in India Battle game just like PubG. Although PUBG is now coming back in the Indian version, the Battle FAU-G Game produced in India is also ready to compete with PUBG.
FAU-G was made available for pre-registration on the Google Play store three days ago. More than 10 lakh people have pre-registered this game in just three days. The craze of the military battle game is so much in gamers that more than 1 million people have registered for it in just 3 days.
Currently, registration only for Android
This information has been given by the company developing the game nCORE Game through its Twitter handle. According to the tweet, by the evening of December 2, 1.6 million people have registered about 1.6 million people. However, FAU-G is currently made available for pre-registration only on Google Play Store. Pre-registrations have not yet started on Apple’s App Store.
FAUG Full Form
FAU-G means Fearless and United Guards. Explain that the players who register for this will get push notifications as soon as the game becomes available. At the same time, the game will be automatically downloaded and installed on eligible devices. There is no information about the download size and version yet. But the listing does provide some information about storylines and gameplay.
The teaser of the game shows that this game is based on the struggle of Indian soldiers. There will be a battle of Indian soldiers and Chinese soldiers on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galvan Valley. But now the game’s listing page shows that the entire gameplay will revolve around Indian soldiers. The characters will be named FAU-G commandos.
nCore Games created FAU-G
Be aware that FAU-G, Bangalore’s nCore Games and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar have developed together. Its first teaser was made live on 25 October. The game was to be launched in late October. But due to some reasons, it got interrupted and the game was not launched yet.