After PUBG got banned, the users in India were introduced to the Indian version of the “Made in India” version called FAU-G. It is also considered as the rival game of PUBG and is now officially available on the Google Play Store for the users.
The announcement for the same was made on Twitter, which is how the app gained popularity.
Indian gaming company nCore is the minds behind the game, which was set to release in November, but the company has not given any official date for its launch in the country till now.
Any user can pre-register himself or herself for the battle royale game and the Play Store will automatically intimate the users about the availability of the game.
The news might be good or bad for the iOS users, as the company has not rolled out any information to date about the availability of the game on the App Store.
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You will a suitable description offered on Play Store, where players are asked to join a special unit of FAU-G commandos on patrol in dangerous border territory.
The description reads- “Come face-to-face with India’s enemies as you engage with hostile invaders on Indian soil. Fight for survival against the unforgiving terrain and the impeccable enemy. Fill the shoes of a patriotic soldier and experience the bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice of the men guarding the country’s borders.”
The video game was also developed under the mentorship of the Bollywood Khiladi “Akshay Kumar”, and is based on some real-life combat scenario encountered by our Indian Security Forces on both domestic as well as foreign threats.
As soon as the games go online, the first episode will be called ‘Galwan Valley’, based on the real-life battle between the Indian soldiers and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops.
On one hand, FAU-G is set to enthrall Indian users soon, PUBG awaits its re-launch as the makers are yet to obtain permission from the suitable government authorities. Even if the developers roll in a new company for the game to be operational, permissions are still a big part of starting the video game again.
As per the co-founder of nCore, Vishal Gondal, FAU-G was always in the making and gained limelight only when PUBG got banned in the month of September. The latter game’s comeback remains quite uncertain at this point in time and the latter video game has no official date for the launch, but we hope both the games come live very soon and users can again delve into the world of gaming.
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