New Delhi: FAU-G: Fearless and Joint Guard, widely regarded as a popular local alternative PUBG mobile phone, Released on the Google Play Store on Tuesday. The company said it expects to launch an iOS version soon. The game was listed on the Google Play store in December, requires pre-registration, and has received more than 5 million clicks.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar announced in September that the game caused quite a stir due to its patriotic colors and Indian origin-it was developed by a company based in Bangalore gambling Start Studio nCore. The announcement also coincided with India’s ban on PUBG Mobile.
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FAU-G can be downloaded for free with in-app purchases and optional ads. It has a built-in store where players can buy weapons such as clubs, axes, pipes, and use the in-game tokens to recruit trained commandos in their teams. They can make money in the game or use real Money to buy.
The ban on PUBG Mobile created a vacuum in India’s Royal War and mobile e-sports. When many gamers turned to Garena Free Fire, PUBG Corporation, PUBG Mobile’s Korean creators have been trying to relaunch the game in India with a modification for India and a new name PUBG Mobile India. PUBG has also severed its relationship with Tencent Games, the Chinese publisher of Indian games.
At present, FAU-G has released the “Story of Galwan Valley” with the single-player campaign as the main campaign. It was based on a skirmish between Indian and Chinese forces that occurred at the LAC (Line of Actual Control) in the Galvan Valley from May to June, which resulted in the death of 20 Indian army personnel. The movement has narration and narration in Hindi.
The game also has two other modes, called “Team Deathmatch” and “Free for All”. Both will be multiplayer modes. The former is likely to function like CS:GO (Counter Strike: Global Offensive), while the latter is expected to follow the royal battle mode of PUBG Mobile and other similar games (including Garena Free Fire).