One of the most famous mobile games of all time, PUBG Mobile, was recently banned in India. Following the ban of the game, people restored to various alternatives of the game and to cash in on the same, which is an Indian alternative to battle royale game titled, FAU-G, was announced. Now at present, we have some more details regarding the game, telling us when the game will be making its official entry for the users.
It has been recently revealed that the action game is going to be released in the month of November, that is the next month. The official developer of the game, nCore Games, revealed the timeline via its social media platform, Twitter handle.
FAU-G: Trailer For India’s Very Own PUBG Alternative Out Now! Know What’s Exciting
Good always triumphs over evil,
the light will always conquer the darkness.
May victory bless Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G.
Launching in November 2020!
— nCORE Games (@nCore_games) October 25, 2020
However, the exact date of release is still yet to be revealed and to recall, and the game was previously expected to be released at the end of this month. In addition to this information, the tweet also had a short 1-minute trailer video that gives a glimpse of how the game will look like.
FAU-G or Fearless and United Guards is going to be set in the Galwan Valley, which has been confirmed in the trailer too. While the details regarding the game are not fully available, it is suggested that it won’t come along with a battle royale mode, and will a third-person game without any guns for an authentic feel to it.
Although it is a possibility that a battle royale might be included later on, while it is highly expected to be a single-player and a multi-player game and involve the maps, it might not be similar to the gameplay of PUBG Mobile or any other battle royale game.
We would also like to inform you that the game has also been developed under the mentorship of the popular actor of Bollywood, Akshay Kumar. The game is highly expected to be a great competition to PUBG Moblie and its Indian alternative.
However, the co-founder of nCore Games, Vishal Gondal, has suggested that this is not the case, and the game has been in the stages of development for months before the PUBG ban.
We would like to remind you that the Indian Government banned PUBG Mobile and other 116 Chinese apps due to security and privacy issues.
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