Recently, the Indian Government banned PUBG Mobile along with 118 other Chinese apps. According to the authorities, these apps store data outside of India and thus, are a threat to Indian user’s privacy.
That’s why, the Indian game developer, nCORE Games, has announced their own multiplayer game, FAU-G.
FAU-G, or the Fearless and United: Guards is developed in response to PM Narendra Modi’s “AtmaNirbharApp.” Also, interestingly, the action game FAU-G is developed with mentorship from Akshay Kumar, a big name in the Bollywood industry.
According to the announcement, by playing FAU-G, the Indian alternative to PUBG Mobile, players will also learn about the sacrifices of Indian soldiers. Moreover, 20% of the net revenue generated from sales of the game will be donated to #BharatKeVeer trust.
nCORE is a mobile game and interactive entertainment company based in Bangalore, India. Surprisingly, the nCORE games studio has closely worked with Rogue Games, Inc in the development of VainGlory, a free-to-play multiplayer game for Android and iOS.
That’s why the Indian gaming community has high hopes for FAU-G and want the game to succeed. However, as of now, besides a poster, we have no information on the game. So, it’s hard to say how far the game is in development. Nevertheless, right now, all we can do is wait for nCORE Games to release a trailer of the game.