FAU-G mobile game has now been made available for pre-registration on Google Play Store. The developers took to Twitter when they made the announcement in order to commemorate Gurupurab in India.
What this means that anyone can pre-register for the battle royale game which is backed by Goqii’s Vishal Gondal – who is also the founder for the developer nCore Games, as well as Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. FAU-G, which stands for Fearless and United Guards, has been made entirely in India and came on the back of the Indian government’s process to eliminate a whole host of Chinese games and apps.
The FAU-G listing on the Google Play Store says that the game will be made available on Android, but you will not be able to download it. However, there are no signs of its availability on iOS yet, but, the battle royale will most likely go live on Android before Apple’s mobile ecosystem.
So, if you pre-register, interested Play Store users will also be notified when the game becomes available for download in India. Hence, eligible devices will have the FAU-G game installed as soon as it is released. Also, the size and the other details of the games have not been revealed right now.
Details of FAU-G are not quite out right now. As per the first teaser, Indian soldiers were seen climbing down from helicopters in order to fight enemies on a border. There will be a visual that simulates the Galwan Valley clash between Indian and Chinese armies – this battle formed the core of the fresh wave of anti-China sentiments among consumers of India.
After this ban, Indian app ecosystem saw a major reshuffle when the Indian government blocked hundreds of apps that either belonged to Chinese companies or were developed there. One of these apps was PUBG Mobile that faced censorship in India over security reasons.