FAU-G says it isn’t competing with PUBG – has two more games ready for launch


India’s ban on mobile apps with a Chinese connection spawned replicas by the dozen, as we have reported in the past. However, nCore Games, the Bangalore-based game developer says its new multiplayer mobile game FAU-G (Fearless and United: Guards) isn’t a response to the federal government’s ban of PUBG and 117 other games. 

For starters, the company claims that FAU-G was in the works as early as May 2020 and will launch within a month’s time. Also, unlike PUBG, where players scout for weapons and kill each other, their game associates players with major military events of India. The first episode would replicate India’s recent clash with Chinese army at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. 

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