Now Desi FAU-G will remove PUBG Mobile shortage, Akshay Kumar announced

FAU-G, an India-made PUBG Mobile alternative, which is now in the news immediately after PUBG Mobile was banned. The Indian sports industry giant Vishal Gondal and actor Akshay Kumar have taken to Twitter to promote the FAU-G game being published by Bengaluru-based nCore Games. FAU-G (colloquially speaking military) will be known as Fearless and United-Guards and the tweets promoting the game say it is 20 per cent of its revenue from the government’s fund-raising initiative ‘Bharat Ke Veer’. Will donate to However, there is no word on when FAU-G will be released. It is also unclear whether the game will be limited to mobile devices only, or a PC version will also be released.

Vishal Gondal, who is the CEO of fitness wearable manufacturer GOQii, reported on the development of FAU-G on Friday. Tweet Gave via Gondal founded ‘India Games’ in 1999 and sold it to Disney in 2011. He invested an undisclosed amount in nCore Games in March last year and is supporting the startup as a Strategic Advisor.

Apart from Gondal, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar also promoted FAU-G through his Twitter account. A poster suggesting the game’s storylines has also been shared on the microblogging site. It is being presented as a contribution to the campaign “Atma Dependent India” launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The announcement of FAU-G has been made within some time of the government banning PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. This battle royale game was very popular in India, due to which there is anger among the youth about this decision.

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