FAU-G GAME FIRST LOOK IN OCTOBER 2020 - India’s PUBG Mobile Alternative - Official Teaser

Everyone's favorite war game, PUBG Mobile has been banned in India for several months now. We knew that the hammer of the ban was about to come down, but how we caught off-guard was the game's alternative indigenous 'self-esteem' declaration of Fearless and the short FAU-G for the United Guards was announced in September as the new PUBG alternative (you name the same). See). And now the cinematic trailer of FAU-G has been shared online on the occasion of Dussehra.

FAU-G GAME FIRST LOOK IN OCTOBER 2020 - India’s PUBG Mobile Alternative - Official Teaser

Game developer, m-Core Games, took to Twitter last evening to share the minute-long teaser video (attached below). It reveals what the graphics and gameplay of this story-driven, FAU-G, will show when it launches next month. Yes, the tweet also confirms the November 2020 deadline for the game to launch in India. Initially it was reported to reach the end of October. But now, it looks like we will have to wait a few more weeks to install it on our smartphones.

If we can comment on the graphics, well, the cinematic trailer somehow keeps us stress-free and explores more. This may be the first step in developing a self-contained game and PUBG alternative but it still seems to lack polish. This seems to be a common sensation among users on social media. FAU-G launches next month and there’s still time to improve on the graphics front of the N Core Games.

Also, as I mentioned above, FAU-G War will be a story-driven game in contrast to the Royal title - at least in the introduction. Huge Gondal, co-founder of m-Core Games, has already confirmed that the game will be a third-person fight title. It will not show you any guns to remove enemies. You need more than luck to succeed in affiliate business.

The first level of FAU-G, as shown in the teaser, is said to be set in the Galway Valley. For those who were unconscious, the Galvan Valley itself was the scene of fierce clashes between Indian and Chinese forces, in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. It will be extremely interesting to see if FAU-G will be able to fill the huge PUBG mobile-sized hole in our hearts.

Last month, the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite as part of a ban on 116 Chinese apps and games. A few days later, Akshay Kumar, along with NCOR Games, announced FAU-G under the consultancy of Bangalore-based mobile games and interactive entertainment company, Bollywood Superstar.

In the announcement message, the actor said that 20% of the net income from the game will be donated to 'Bharat Ke Bir: Bharat Sahasi Varsake'. Several players dubbed it as an alternative to PUBG Mobile. And on the recent occasion of Dussehra, Akshay Kumar posted the first teaser for FAU-G on his Twitter handle. However, it did not shed any light on the gameplay. Furthermore, there was a mixed reaction from fans and players, some pointing and tweeting that the graphic appeared as a date, others comparing it favorably with PUBG Mobile. As soon as the teaser was dropped, some PUBG mobile fans created and posted memes on Twitter and other platforms, a trend these days too!

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