FAU-G Game, which aims to honour the Indian Army, is up for pre-registration starting today on the Google Play Store. A substitute for PUB-G as announced by the Indian government after the ban on Chinese apps, FAUG, short for The Fearless and United Guards is all set to be launched in India soon. The game is now live on Play Store and is open for pre-registration. If you pre-register for the game, you will receive a notification whenever the game is available for download.
What Is FAU-G All About?
If we go by the description mentioned on the Google Play Store, the battleground of the game will be “India’s northern border” where a group of soldiers is fighting to protect the nation’s pride and sovereignty. The players will play as “patriotic soldier” and are expected to experience the “bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice of the men guarding the country’s borders”. It is a third-person shooter game set in the backdrop of the Galwan Valley. The listing also reveals a couple of screenshots from the game, giving a glimpse soldiers’ appearances and the weapons.
nCORE Games, who have designed FAU-G, took to Twitter to make the announcement. The tweet reads, “On the auspicious occasion of Gurupurab, we are starting the pre-registrations of FAU-G: Fearless And United Guards. Pre-register and be the first to play the game.”
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The company in October has shared a small teaser that revealed details about combat without weapons as helicopters could be seen landing on a barren strip of land, and a fight ensued between Indian soldiers and that of the opposing army personnel. What makes this game special is that it pays tribute to the heroes of our nation’s armed forces and brings to life the thrill and adrenaline of a life spent guarding India’s borders.
Although FAU-G release date is not yet officially announce, but since the pre-registration has already begun, we expect the game to go live in a couple of days.
Stay tuned to this page to know the official FAU-G release date in India.