FAU-G which is an Indian version of PUBG is going to be rolled out in India. Though, there have been no details related to the debut of the game. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has released the game’s teaser. It has been created by a Bengaluru-based company called nCore Games, which worked in collaboration with the actor. It was proclaimed the previous month shortly after the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile in India. FAU-G, also known as Fearless and United Guards, is going to release by the end of October.
The 1-minute teaser of the game gave people a glimpse of the 1st level of FAU-G that will be based on the Galwan Valley skirmishes amid India and China. It displays characters using brawler mechanics to fight with foes.
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Akshay Kumar rolled out the teaser recently, which has marked Dussehra. The teaser video does not give any information about the FAU-G’s release but it has ended with a “coming soon” outro.
NCore co-founder stated the previous month that the game will be out by October’s end. The game was declared just a couple of days after it was banned in India. However, the co-founder has said that it was in the works for some months. It is further targeted to reach twenty crores users in a year.
He has also promised to give 20% of FAU-G’s net revenues to the government’s fund-raising program which is called Bharat Ke Veer. The game was also targeted to tap into the anti-China sentiment and nationalism in India.