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FAU-G Game to Become the Indian PUBG Alternative!

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The nCore Games- a Bangalore based Indian gaming studio has announced the release of the upcoming mobile game called FAU-G Game. The FAU-G game stands for “Fearless and United Guards” which is soon to become the Indian PUBG alternative.

 

The announcement of this game has done after 4 days of the Indian government removing PUBG Mobile from the Google Play Store. The gameplay centres around the Indian military troops and showcase the real scenarios of domestic and foreign threats experienced by the Indian Forces.

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According to the official statement by nCORE Games, the game focuses to remember the brave Indian Martyrs and is inspired by the Indian Prime Minister latest initiative “Aatma Nirbhar Bharat”

 

The revenue collected by this game will be directly donated to the various charitable organizations working for the veterans of the Indian military.

This multiplayer action game will be launched in India by the end of October, where the first level of gameplay will be Galwan Valley. The game will be filled with amazing shooting sequences and quality graphics and music. As per the sources, the Indian market covered the largest revenue for PUBG Corporation with over 116 million players in India alone. Due to the recent ban of PUBG, it’s paved the way for FAU-G game to enter the Indian gaming market.

The honorable prime minister of India- Narendra Modi, has started an initiative and asked Indian game studios to build and promote games linked to the culture of the country. More revelation of the gameplay is yet to be disclosed in the near future.

 

A week ago, the government has also banned around 118 mobile applications and PUBG Mobile game in the name of national security and issues on the Himalayan border of India and China. Now the PUBG Corp. has removed Tencent (Chinese Publisher) from PUBG Mobile in India.

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