Till a few months ago there was buzz all across social media platforms about the ban on PUBG which was one of the most renowned and popular online games specifically designed for the youth audience. But amidst its ban, we saw the evolution of another online multiplayer battle royal game known as FAU-G which is developed in India.
FAU-G is one of the most recent Indian launches and is an upcoming venture of battle royal games made in our nation. It has received massive criticism since it’s release because everyone has seen the loss of PUBG Mobile without any kind of prior notice. The latest buzz about FAU-G exists about its official launch date which has been ultimately announced to the nation. It’s seen that nCore games who’s the prominent developer of this Indian game is very excited for its mega launch and FAU-G ( Fearless and United Guards ) is all decked up to be released in India on the auspicious eve of Republic Day, i.e, 26 January (2021).
The declaration about the release date was confirmed to the audience by nCore developers as well as Vishal Gondal who’s the leading founder of nCore games. Also, the announcement regarding the official launch date was conveyed to the audience through the official Twitter and Instagram handles of Akshay Kumar. He contributed for this cause and revealed this bigger announcement through a teaser launch to the much broader and larger scale of audience.
Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border…these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem 🦁
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 3, 2021
Also, previously in November nCore had started the pre-registration process for FAU-G through the online mode which resulted in about more than million registrations within 24 hours. The release trailer of this game is embedded with nationalist passion which shows Indian armies putting up with insurgents. Besides all this main attention is clenched by the plot of this game which is based on the recent war happening between India-China and the tension across the border.
FAU-G revolves around the aspects of Galwan Valley Conflict where users would fight against the enemy during huge conflicts. The makers have also announced that soon this game will be played in the royale mode but currently in upcoming months can only be played through third-person prescriptive.
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The evolution of FAU-G also happened because the central government choose to ban all the Chinese apps from the system which included PUBG too and that gave rise to FAU-G. It was also seen that there were other Chinese apps such as Beauty Plus, Cam Scanner, TikTok who suffered drastically due to this enormous ban by the government. Though these apps tried to collaborate with other famous Indian companies but still all the efforts went in vain because India was all set to boycott Chinese apps and other essentials.
With all this hit and tough buzz, it would be interesting to see how the launch of FAU-G will take place and how well users will respond to play this game. Such phenomenal digital release for FAU-G will also harm PUBG extensively so let’s hope that everything gets wind up positively for all.