PUBG Mobile game rival FAU-G pre-registration starts for Android users

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With PUBG Mobile on track to make a comeback in India after it was banned in September, desi PUBG Mobile game rival FAU-G (stands for Fearless And United-Guards) is gearing up to launch in India. The FAU-G game is now available for pre-registration for Android users. Gamers can visit Google Play store to search the game and pre-register for the same.
After PUBG Mobile got banned in India, bollywood actor Akshay Kumar had announced an alternate game called FAU-G. While very little is known about the gameplay, the game is expected to be a first person shooter game and may be similar to PUBG Mobile. The game is made by Bengaluru-based mobile game publisher nCORE Games.

As per the game description, the game focuses on an elite fighting group protecting the peaks at India’s northern border. “Join a special unit of FAU-G commandos on patrol in dangerous border territory. Come face-to-face with India’s enemies as you engage with hostile invaders on Indian soil,” as per the game description.
GOQii CEO Vishal Gondal, who is an investor and advisor at nCORE Games is also a part of this initiative. The game is expected to launch on both Android and iOS and similar to other games, this one will also be free to play with in-app purchases.

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