FAU-G Game: Indian Rival Announcement for PUBG Mobile, Released Soon

FAU-G Game: Indian Rival Announcement for PUBG Mobile, Released very Soon

FAU-G Game: PUBG Mobile Ban: nCore Games which has announced a new Indian version of  PUBG called FAU: G (Fearless and United: Guards).


Within two days of the PUBG mobile app ban in the country, we have seen many Indian game developers offering India's alternative to PUBG or the new Battle Royal game similar to the restricted game. One of the many developers is nCore Games which on Friday announced a new Indian version of PUBG Mobile called FAU-G or Fearless And United: Guards. The game is said to be released soon. nCore Games should reveal a release date and other details about the game in the coming days.

GOQii CEO Vishal Gondal said in an official tweet that FAU-G has been developed in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's self-styled app campaigner. Two days after the announcement, the Indian government has banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite.

nCore Games is yet to reveal more details about the action game. Talking about the game, Gondal said that FAU-G, as the name suggests, will teach players a lesson about the sacrifices of Indian soldiers. He also said that 20 percent of the net revenue will be donated to BharatKeVeer Trust.

Many Indian game developers are using the PUBG mobile ban as an opportunity to bring homegrown alternatives to the game. The same happened with Tiktok when short video platforms were banned in the country. There are apps like Spark, Mitron, Roposo, Moj, and many more in the country in place of TicTalk.

The Indian government on Wednesday banned 118 apps, including the popular Battle Royal game PUBG Mobile and its lite version. The game has been removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Users who have the game downloaded to their phones are still able to play the game.

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