FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards) is an Indian online game that was released on 26 January in India and it is a single player game available on Android and iOS. The recent update on the game states that FAU-G Multiplayer version will be released in the coming months.
Vishal Gondal, founder and chairman, nCore Games told Indo Asian News Service that in the coming months, they have planned to add formats that haven’t been tried in the Indian context like battle royale and death match.” According to this statement, team deathmatch and battle royale may arrive anytime in the upcoming months. Talking about the game, Gondal added, “On day zero, we will not be launching all the modes of the game. We want the game to avoid any issues like latency and want it to be highly stabilised.”
nCore has also added that the battle royale mode will not take place in the Galwan Valley but it will be set in a different battlefield altogether. Gondal also reportedly said that, “We will be looking at a different location on the map for it.” Gondal also took this opportunity to talk about the ongoing debate surrounding the gambling operator’s demand to be recognised under the gaming and esports umbrella. He added, “Gaming is about relatable and innovative interactive content, and it is not about gambling.”
With PUBG’s exit leaving a huge void in the Indian gaming market, it wasn’t long after that an announcement for a new home-grown mobile game called FAU-G was made. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar released the game and 20 percent of the gross revenues will go to ‘Bharat Ke Veer,’ a fund-raising program of the Union Home Ministry for members of the Indian paramilitary forces who have died in the line of duty.
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