FAU-G which is an Indian alternative of PUBG is all set to make a launch in November 2020. The Bengaluru based mobile gaming company nCore Games has announced FAU-G when the most popular multiplayer game PUBG and PUBG lite got banned in India. FAU-G which is also known as Fearless and United Gaurds is developed with an intention to show the Bravery and prowess of the Indian Army. The game is made with an intention to tap into Indian patriotism and to boycott the china products. The game was first announced by the actor/producer Akshay Kumar, through his Twitter and Instagram accounts and is expected to be available on Android and IOS.
The company, nCore Games took its Twitter account to announce the launch of FAU-G in India.
Akshay Kumar has also took Twitter to share the FAU-G teaser.
Although the company nCore Games has not provided any specific platform details on which the FAU-G is going to launch. Neither they have given any specific release date. But the Company has clearly mentioned that the Game will be going to launch in November 2020.
Originally, the game was planned to be launched later on this month i.e October 2020 but due to some reason it has been postponed to next month.
The tweet posted by actor Akshay Kumar and nCore Game shows the teaser of the Game. The one-minute teaser gives us a glimpse of the Galwan Valley, where the soldiers are fighting with the enemies and securing the land of our nation.
The announcement of the game FAU-G, came soon after the ban of PUBG Mobile and other 117 chinese apps. There was a widespread controversy that the FAU-G was intended as the replacement for PUBG. However, in a telephone interview, Gondal refused that the game was developed as a substitute for PUBG and said it is not a battle royale type of game like PUBG. The game is intended to support ‘bharat ke veer’ and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar movement. The nCore Games advisor and investor Vishal Gondal had also announced that 20 percent of the revenue generated from this game will be given to a state-backed trust that supports the families of soldiers who die on duty.