FAUG Game is similar to PUBG? PUBG Mobile was banned in India recently, after which it’s also been excluded from both the Google Play Store and the App Store.
Amongst these numerous PUBG Mobile substitutes, for time being, a new Indian alternative — FAU: G — has been confirmed to satisfy the need to play the Royal Game War, satisfying the goal of depending on Indian applications and goods at the same time.
Vishal Gondal, CEO of GOQii, said through an official tweet that FAU-G was created in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar App campaign.
The specifics of the FAU: G action game and the precise date of release remain undisclosed at the time of publishing. Seeing as PUBG Mobile is a competitor, the game is supposed to be a multiplayer shooter game.
Entrepreneur Vishal Gondal, CEO of GOQii Fitness Tracker Manufacturer, posted a tweet on Friday to announce the creation of FAU-G. Gondal, who created India Games in 1999, that he sold to Disney in 2011, invested an unspecified amount in the nCore Games in March of last year and supports the company as a strategic advisor.
Several Indian game developers are using PUBG Smartphone ban as an incentive to add alternatives to the market. Similar was the case with TikTok when the short video site was banned in the region. There are apps like Chingari, Mitron, Roposo, Moj, and several others that have replaced TikTok in the region.
The core games have yet to share further information about the action game. Speaking of the game, Gondal said that, as the name implies, FAU-G will teach players about the sacrifices of Indian soldiers. He also said that 20% of the net income will be donated to the BharatKeVeer foundation.
Established in 2018, nCore Games does not have any famous Google Play games itself under developer profile. The company’s spot, moreover, reveals that Angry Birds creator Rovio is indeed one of the partners. The business also served as a participant in the successful mobile battle arena title, Vainglory.
Gaming in India was slowly gathering popularity and PM Modi was dreaming of an emerging video games industry just times prior of the PUBG Smartphone ban. In August last year, Indian Air Force: A Cut Above, a combat-based smartphone game, was unveiled by Indian Air Force officers. Google Play ‘s game page reveals more than 10,000,000 downloads so far.
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