FAU-G, short for Fearless and United: Guards is finally out on Android and iOS. You can download FAU-G through the Google Play Store and the App Store respectively. The FAU-G download size is around 500MB on Android.
In addition to this, developer Ncore Games revealed that the game will receive support for other Indian languages, the first being Tamil. At launch, FAU-G won’t have any multiplayer at all though. The studio made this clear in an in-depth interview with IGN India last week.
When you download the game, you’ll be able to play through a short single-player campaign. The company is yet to announce when FAU-G would get multiplayer and battle royale modes.
Late last week, the studio announced support for low-end Android devices, allowing users with smartphones running Android OS 8 to pre-register.
As for what to expect from the game itself, here’s a look at its gameplay and for a more in-depth look, we have a review in progress too.
Previously Ncore revealed that FAU-G crossed a million pre-registrations in its first 24 hours of being listed on the Google Play Store which at the time made it the game with the highest pre-registrations in India and that was on December 2, 2020. Now, the game has close to five million pre-registrations.
If you’re interested to know more about the game, we spoke to its creators about the role Akshay Kumar playedin bringing it to life as well as a deep dive on what you can expect from future updates.