FAU-G will be released in November, Indian alternative to PUBG

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FAU-G game is going to be launched in India as an alternative to PUBG. Earlier it was being said that this game could be launched in the country by the end of October, but now this wait will end in the month of November. Yes, military game developer company NCore Games has announced in a tweet that this game will be launched in India in the month of November. Bengaluru-based NCore Games had announced the Fauji game early last month, when the government in India announced a ban on PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite games. The FAU-G game is also known as Fearless and United Guards, which aims to promote anti-China sentiment and patriotism in the country. The first lane of this game will be a minor clash between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army in Galwan Valley.

In NCore Games without providing any information Tweet While saying that FAU-G game will be launched in November. Earlier this game was to be launched in this month i.e. October.

The tweet by NCore Games has also posted the teaser, which was shared by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on his Twitter account on Sunday. In this one minute teaser, we can see what the first level of the military game will be like. In this video it can be seen how Indian soldiers are fighting fearlessly with the enemies.

The Pauji game was announced last month, when the government announced the ban of PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite games in India. NCore co-founder Vishal Gondal said that work on this game was going on for the last few months. The aim of this game is to connect 20 crore users in a year.

Both Akshay Kumar and Gondal are promoting Fauji Game on their social media accounts. However, it remains to be seen whether this game can really attract a large number of people in India or not. Especially those people who are professional gamers and who used to play PUBG with great enthusiasm.

Gondal had also said that he would donate 20 per cent of the military game’s revenue to the government’s fund-raising initiative ‘Bharat Ke Veer’.



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