FAU-G exceeds 1 million pre-registrations in just 3 days on Google Play
The mobile game FAU-G has surpassed one million pre-registrations in just three days of appearing on the Google Play store, its developer announced. FAU-G was expected to arrive for the first time in October, but then the launch was delayed until November. The mobile shooter finally appeared on the Google Play store on November 30, but only for pre-registration. A final release date has not been revealed yet. FAU-G, short for Fearless and United Guards, is touted to take on PUBG Mobile India, a slightly adapted version of PUBG’s global variant, which is also expected to launch soon.
nCore Games, the developers of FAU-G based in Bengaluru, made the announcement about the pre-registration numbers of the game on Twitter. the game pre-registrations It started on the Google Play store three days ago for Android devices, and its conspicuous absence from Apple’s App Store for iOS devices could mean that developers are sticking to an Android-only game for now. Users who have previously registered will receive an automatic notification informing them that the game is available for download. Eligible devices will have the game downloaded and installed automatically.
the Google Play store tab FAU-G does not reveal any details about its expected release, download size, or list of supported devices, although sources suggest it will take place this month. However, it does include a description that gives a clear idea about its story and gameplay.
The game is being developed in association with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who has been promoting the game since his teaser release in October. The teaser hinted that the game might have a level that emulates the Galwan Valley clashes between the Indian and Chinese armies along the Royal Line of Control (LAC). But the description now suggests that FAU-G’s story could be entirely centered on Indian soldiers “high up on the peaks of India’s northern border.” The characters will be called FAU-G commandos, an elite group of Indian soldiers who patrol the dangerous territory.
While PUBG Corporation hoped to reduce tensions between India and China to secure the necessary approvals for a comeback from India, FAU-G has relied on anti-China sentiment since its first teaser. The game was announced just two days after PUBG was banned in India on September 4. But more than an Indian PUBG alternative, FAU-G is being heavily promoted as a patriotic game that highlights the contribution of the military.