In just three days of being on the Google Play store, FAU-G mobile game has reached 1 million pre-registrations, its developer reported. It was first projected that FAU-G would appear in October, but the launch was then postponed until November. On November 30, but only for pre-registrations, the smartphone shooter title gradually appeared on the Google Play store. The final date for the launch has not yet been announced. FAU-G, short for Brave and Unified Guards, is being marketed to take on PUBG Mobile India, a slightly customised version of PUBG’s global edition, which is also scheduled to be launched shortly.
The announcement on Twitter about the pre-registration number of a game by nCore Games, the Bengaluru-based FAU-G developers. The game’s pre-registrations started on Google Play store for Android devices three days ago and its obvious disappearance from Apple’s iOS App Store may have prompted developers to stick to Android-only for the time being. Users who have already registered will be informed via push notifications to let them know that the game is playable. The game is downloaded and installed automatically by the qualifying devices.
The Google Play Store FAU-G list does not include specifics of its planned launch, the scale of the download or the list of compatible devices, although reports say that it will take place this month. It does, though have a rundown that provides a decent understanding of its plot and gameplay.
In association with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who promoted this game after its teaser launch in October, the game is being produced. The teaser suggested that the Galwan Valley clashes between India and China could take place at the same stage as the existing control The Teaser suggested that (LAC). However, the explanation now implies that FAU-G can be entirely based on the tops of India’s northern frontier by Indian soldiers. The characters are called FAU-G commandos, a squad of elite Indian soldiers who police the hazardous ground.
Though PUBG Corporation had hoped to ease the tensions between India and China in order to obtain the requisite approvals for India’s return, FAU-G has been building on anti-China sentiment right from its first teaser. The game was revealed just two days after the PUBG was banned in India on September 4. But more than an Indian PUBG substitute, FAU-G is widely marketed as a patriotic game that emphasizes the contribution of the armed forces.
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