FAU-G pre-registration started on Google Play Store

The new Indian game FAU-G mobile game is now available for pre-registration on Google Play Store. The developers took to Twitter to announce to commemorate Gurupurab in India. This means anyone can pre-register for the battle royal game backed by Goqii’s Vishal Gondal, a founder for the developer nCore Games, and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. FAU-G, short for Fearless and United Guards, is claimed to have been built entirely in India and comes amid the government is in a process to eliminate Chinese games and apps. Announced in September by actor Akshay Kumar, the FAUG game is in many senses a replica of the hugely popular PUBG, which was banned in India just before the former’s announcement. Meanwhile, the fans have been desperately waiting for PUBG Mobile’s comeback after its approval, FAUG, was announced by its developer.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

The FAU-G listing on the Google Play Store shows that the game will be available on Android, but you cannot download it yet. Since there are no signs of its availability on iOS yet, the battle royale will likely go live on Android before Apple’s mobile ecosystem. Pre-registering, interested Play Store users will be notified when the game becomes available for download in India. Some eligible devices will have the FAU-G game installed as and when it is released. The size and other details of the games are not revealed right now. The permissions this game will need to run are also not clear at the moment. The details of the gameplay of FAU-G are scarce right now. Indian soldiers climbing down from helicopters to fight enemies on a border, a visual that simulates the Galwan Valley clash between Indian and Chinese armies, were the visuals included in the game’s teaser. China’s Tencent Games owned PUBG Mobile, so the Indian government blocked it, citing the China linkage. Several other apps were also banned alongside. However, it is going to re-launch again as Pubg Mobile India. Since Tencent Games owned the previous version, the user data was stored on China’s company servers. PUBG Corporation recently inked a deal with Microsoft to store user data of its new version on Azure Cloud, two centers located in India to cope with this security policy.

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