The FAU-G game received a 4.1 rating. The game is available for download in the 500MB size on the Google Play Store. The light version of the PUBG game will be launched in India after some time. The company will access some private data from the user to play the FAUG game.
The Made in India game FAU-G (Fearless and Unites Guards) has been launched in India. The game has been launched on 26 January 2021 on the occasion of Republic Day in India. Since the launch of the game, a tremendous craze is being seen in India. The FAUG game has been downloaded over 1 million times within just 24 hours of launching. Earlier, FAU-G was made available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store in November last year. There are over 50 lakh pre-registrations of the FAU-G game before launching.
The FAU-G game received a 4.1 rating. The game is available for download in the 500MB size on the Google Play Store. The light version of the PUBG game will be launched in India after some time. To play the FAUG game the company will access some private data from the user, which will include the username and other details. The FAU G game has been initially launched for Android users. FAUG game will work on Android 8,910 or Android 11 based operating system. FAU G game will not work on smartphones with an older version of Android.
The game will be launched for iPhone soon
The FAUG game will soon be launched for iOS-based iPhones and iPads users. Users can download and use the game from the Google Play store. To download the game, the user has to accept the company’s Term End Policy. PUBG Mobile Game Battle will come with Royal Game Mode, which will provide the option to play as a team and individually to the user. On the other hand, in the FAUG game, the user has the option to play individually. nCore Games has developed the FAUG game. The company is preparing to offer Battle Royal mode and online multiplayer mode in FAUG games.
FAU-G takes inspiration from the Indian Army. In the first episode, the conflict between the army and the enemy will happen in the Galwan Valley near Ladakh. In the coming months, more episodes will be launched with different missions in other areas most probably in the Northwestern borders.
Also, it should be noted that 20% of the revenue generated from the FAU-G game will be donated to the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs-run Bharat Ke Veer foundation that helps bereaved families of the soldiers, who lost their lives and also those with severe non-life-threatening injuries.