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FAU-G Teaser Released: First Look of India's Own PUBG Mobile Alternative is Here

FAU-G Teaser Released: First Look of India's Own PUBG Mobile Alternative is Here

FAU-G Teaser Released: First Look of India's Own PUBG Mobile Alternative is Here

FAU-G, the upcoming Indian mobile game based on heroics of the Indian armed forces, now has its first official cinematic teaser. Released earlier today by the game’s backer and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, the cinematic are in line with what previous reports have spoken of about the game. FAU-G, which stands for Fearless And United - Guards, was announced as PUBG Mobile, one of the world’s and India’s most popular games of all time, was banned by the Indian government.

The game FAU-G was announced after the PUBG-Mobile game was banned in India. PUB-G was one of the most popular games in the country and it was banned by the government in India along with 117 other Chinese apps amid the border row with China.

Soon after the teaser was out, social media was flooded with memes and nostalgic messages of netizens. Twitter was divided over the FAU-G game's teaser. While some users hailed the teaser, others said it didn’t seem to match up to other alternatives to PUBG.


New Delhi| Jagran Trending desk: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Sunday released the teaser of the upcoming game FAU-G, which is dedicated to the Indian Armed Forces and their heroics. FAU-G (read Fauji) is dubbed as India's alternative to the popular Chinese battle game PUBG. The teaser of FAU-G also shows glimpses of Galwan Valley, a remote Himalayan area in Ladakh where Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed in June this year.

Taking to Twitter, Akshay Kumar wrote, "Today we celebrate the victory of good over evil, and what better day to celebrate our Fearless and United Guards, our FAU-G! On the auspicious occasion of Dussehra, presenting the #FAUG teaser (sic)."

https://youtu.be/OFgQS2kSgC4

The mystery portrays a scene of contention on the sloping landscape, which will probably introduce a scene of the outfitted clash against foe powers that players will take on in the game's missions. In prior reports, Vishal Gondal, the originator, and head of nCore Games,

the engineer of FAU-G was cited as stating that FAU-G's gameplay won't accompany a fight royale mode upon discharge. Rather, the gameplay will be founded on India's ongoing equipped clash against China at the Galway Valley outskirt. The mystery is probably depicting these very scenes.

FAU-G is scheduled to deliver soon. After an underlying delivery cutoff time of October 2020, most recent reports suggest that FAU-G will be delivered inside the coming weeks, in November 2020.

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