‘PUBG’ Alternative ‘FAU-G’ Is Live For Pre-registration Now 0

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Indian game developing company nCORE games has officially started the pre-registration of ‘made in India’ game ‘Fearless and united guards’ or ‘FAU-G’ from yesterday. The so called ‘PUBG alternative’ game was announced in early September, the very next day after PUBG mobile was banned by the government.

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar promoted the game by his various social media handles and became an integral part of this game from the initial time. Vishal Gondal, the CEO of nCORE games had also revealed that the game was started developing from June 2020 in lock down period and was about to release in October but later they had to push the launch in November.

Now finally the pre-registration has started in Google Play Store and it’s said that the game may be released any time in the first week of December.

Vishal Gondal and Co. already disclosed that the game at first would not be a multiplayer game. They also confirmed it will not be a clone of PUBG mobile in an interview. Gondal said, “FAU-G is no way trying to copy or mimic PUBG.The idea behind FAU-G is to give the gamers in India the working experience of Indian soldiers”. The Game will focus the recent tension between India and China in Galwan valley. According to the makers this would be the first level of game and later they will introduce online multiplayer and ‘Battle Royal’ modes.

Last month the much awaited trailer of FAU-G game was released by the company in their Twitter page. The trailer clearly showed the game will focus about the glory of Indian soldiers against Chinese troops.

The FAU-G game is a step to support PM Narendra Modi’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat” movement. The game is eyeing to generate 7.5 Million per month and 20% of the revenue will be donated to the “Bharat ke Veer” foundation as per stated. Meanwhile “PUBG mobile” is trying to make a comeback this December with a exclusive version for India. Though both games have a major difference but it looks like a two horse race in Indian gaming community is ready to start.