Last month, the Indian authorities had prohibited PUBG Mobile, combined with 117 additional Chinese-owned applications. This movement led to a lot of fans and players scouring the web for Indian’ options for the match. And to the surprise of most, a couple of days after the movement, celebrity Akshay Kumar had declared a game known as’FAU-G.’
Fau-G is a multiplayer action game that claims to teach’ Indian childhood about the nation’s military and its own worth. Akshay Kumar had announced that 20 percent of their entire earnings would be supplied to the Indian Army.
The match is scheduled to be published in November.
As seen below, the teaser was published on Dussehra’, which is an Indian festival representing the victory of goodness over bad.
The teaser includes a distinctive Galwan Valley map that also reveals an extreme faceoff between the two warring sides. Even though the trailer does little to shed light on the gameplay or other characteristics of FAU-G, it paints a daring and daring picture of the Indian Army and also offers a tricolored flag the soldiers are very happy to stand beside.
With just a couple of days left for the recent launch, fans will soon have the ability to try out this sport firsthand. With the launch of the teaser, folks seemed to be rather delighted with this, and a number of netizens maintained that its caliber appeared better than PUBG Mobile.
Ncore Games also verified on their Twitter the game will launch in November.