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FAU-G Game Pre-registration is Now Open in Google Play Store

FAU-G Game Pre-registration is Now Open
FAU-G Game Pre-registration is Now Open

FAU-G Game Latest Updates: FAU-G Game is now live for pre-registration in Google Play Store. The game was supposed to release in late October when it was first announced, at a time when the government had banned the popular first person shooter (FPS) game PUBG Mobile. Then in October end, nCore Games, which is the developer for the game, released a trailer talking about a November release.

FAUG-G game is now available in Google Play Store only for pre-registration. Once you pre-register for the game, Google Play will notify you when the game becomes available. FAU-G stands for Fearless And United: Guards. It is a game that will pay tribute to the India’s armed forces, with a focus on soldiers posted at the nation’s borders.
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The game’s description also says that it is based on real-world scenarios. In September, Vishal Gondal, co-founder of nCore Games who is also the CEO of fitness brand GoQII, had said that FAU:G is not intended to compete with PUBG. He had told in an interview, “FAU-G was always in the pipeline and we were preparing for an October release. The ban on PUBG Mobile was coincidental.

The FAU-G game was also announced on Twitter by one of the famous Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. In Akshay’s tweet, the actor had said that 20 percent of the net revenue generated through this game will be donated to BharatKeVeer Trust fund. Gondal had also revealed that the name FAU-G is the brainchild of actor Akshay Kumar.

Interestingly, PUBG Corporation has also announced efforts to bring back PUBG Mobile to India, with special focus on the Indian market and some features which would only be available here. However, returning of PUBG Mobile is all dependent on the Indian Government.

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(with Inputs from The Indian Express and The India Live Daily)