FAU-G Made in India game listed on Google Play, will challenge PUBG Mobile India

The FAU-G mobile game has finally hit the Google Play store. The game is still not launched, but after several delays and launch dates changed, it has now been put on the Google Play store for pre-registration. It seems that developers are currently limiting themselves to Android, as pre-registrations have not yet begun on Apple’s App Store. There is little story information in the listing. To challenge the upcoming PUBG Mobile India, the developers have made the game available for registration. Let us know that recently, PUBG Corporation had announced that they are bringing a special PUBG Mobile India game to India.

FAU-G, which means Fearless and United Guards, is now available on the Google Play store for pre-registration. Players who register for this will get push notifications as soon as the game becomes available. The game will automatically download and install on eligible devices. No information has been revealed about the download size and version yet. But the listing does provide some information about storylines and gameplay.

As revealed by the teaser, the game is largely based on the conflict between Indian and Chinese forces at 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 called FAU-G commandos, a group of Indian soldiers patrolling dangerous areas.

FAU-G has been developed together by Bangalore’s nCore Games and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. The first teaser went live on 25 October. The game was also to be launched the same month, but it was interrupted.

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