FAU-G, an Indian various to standard battle royale sport PUBG, is but to be launched within the nation. Nonetheless, with out offering any particulars concerning the debut of the sport, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has launched its trailer. The sport has been developed by Bengaluru-based nCore Video games, in collaboration with Kumar. It was introduced final month — shortly after the federal government banned PUBG Cell within the nation. FAU-G, aka Fearless and United Guards, was slated to launch by the top of this month.
The one-minute trailer video offers us a glimpse of the primary stage of FAU-G that will likely be based mostly on the Galwan Valley skirmishes between India and China. It exhibits characters utilizing brawler mechanics to struggle with enemies.
Akshay Kumar launched the trailer on Sunday, marking the event of Dussehra. The trailer video does not present any particulars concerning the launch of FAU-G and ends with a “coming quickly” outro.
NCore co-founder Vishal Gondal said final month that FAU-G will likely be out by the top of this month. The sport was introduced simply a few days after the federal government banned PUBG Cell and PUBG Cell Lite within the nation. Nonetheless, Gondal mentioned that it was within the works for some months. The sport can be aimed to succeed in 20 crores customers in a yr.
Gondal’s NCore has promised to provide 20 % of FAU-G’s web revenues to the federal government’s fund-raising programme Bharat Ke Veer. The sport was additionally aimed to faucet into the anti-China sentiment and patriotism within the nation.
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