FAU-G is going to knock on Republic Day in India i.e. 26th January. The game, which was announced immediately after the ban on PUBG Mobile, was listed for pre-registration on Google Play since last month. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has tweeted the launch date with the game’s latest trailer. FAU-G is being seen as the Indian (Made in India) option of PUBG Mobile and somewhere its launch is also being done on the same foundation.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar (Akshay Kumar) has tweeted that fau-G (Fearless and United Gaurd) game will be released on January 26. The game has been available for pre-registration on Google Play since early December. However, there is no information at the moment whether the game will be made available for pre-registration on the Apple App Store and if so, when. The tweet also includes fau-G’s latest trailer. However, the gameplay is not shown. The trailer ends with “Proudly Supporting Bharat Ke Veer #AatmanirbharBharat” which means in Hindi that “proudly support India’s heroic #आत्मन dependent India.” ‘
Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border…these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem 🦁
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 3, 2021
NCore Games, developer of the Bengaluru-based FAU-G game, announced on Twitter last week that more than 10 lakh people had registered for the game in less than 24 hours after the pre-registration opened in India.
According to the game’s description on Google Play, FAU-G (Military) is inspired by real-world events and “reflects the thrill of life of those who protect India’s borders.” “The first trailer released in October showed the theme of the game and the company’s co-founder Vishal Gondal said that the first level is based on the Galwan Valley.
nCore Games originally planned to release the game in October, but that didn’t happen. The company then tweeted that fau-G (FAU-G) would be released in November. The game was announced in September immediately after a ban on 118 Chinese apps including the hugely popular PUBG Mobile in India. At that time, Gondal had said that the game was being developed a few months ago.