Here’s how FAU-G is different from PUBG


Both PUBG Mobile and FAU-G have been doing the rounds in India in terms of news, hype and expectations. PUBG Mobile was banned in India by the MEITY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology) alongside 118 apps on September 2 because they “are engaged in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, the security of state and public order.”

And nCore, which is the developer for FAU-G, took up this opportunity to announce the game which sounded rather similar to PUBG. But according to the developers that seems to be the extent of the similarities of the two games. 




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