FAU-G Becomes Top Free Game On Google PlayStore
FAU-G becomes the highest free game on Google Play in India, developer nCore Games announces on Twitter. This comes shortly after the launch of the game as an alternate to PUBG (which is now banned). the game launched in India on Republic Day after months of teasing and a few delays also.
Moreover, the game is predicated on the exploits of Indian soldiers who were stationed within the Galwan Valley. FAU-G only offers a single-player campaign for now. However, the developers have said that there’ll be two additional modes coming within the future.
Game developer nCore Games took to Twitter to announce the news and tweeted, “#MakeInIndia Wins @GooglePlay FAU-G is now the #1 Free Game. thanks India! #JaiHind
The game has received a median of 4.1 ratings on the Google Play Store and also got over four million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store before its launch.
FAU-G was released on January 26 after multiple delays and is predicated on the exploits of Indian soldiers who were stationed in Galwan Valley.
The game only offers a single player campaign at the moment, but the developers have said that two more modes will be available soon.
The announcement of the game was originally made by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar via his Twitter account. The parent company nCore Games has stated that FAU-G is claimed to urge a 5v5 Team Deathmatch, Battle Royale, and more modes which will be added soon.
However, no news on the update has been announced up to now by the corporate.
FAU-G was only released on Android with no information on when the iOS version will be released. However, the company also says it’ll be adding a ‘Free for All’ and a 5v5 ‘Team Deathmatch’ mode to the game within the future.
However, the game is receiving tons of mixed reviews with players inquiring for additions and more content.
nCore Games co-founder Vishal Gondal shared in an interview with NDTV that, down the road, the game will broaden into esports after creating a community, introducing PvP, and introducing battle royale modes.
The game is predicated on the backdrop of the Galwan Valley and real-life feud between the Indian soldiers and Chinese troops. The much-talked game isn’t like its counterpart and doesn’t have a Battle Royale Game Mode. actually, the game altogether features one person campaign mode.
In explaining about why the game is about up in Galwan Valley, the CEO and Co-founder of nCore Games told Indian Express, “FAU-G is trying to portray the lifetime of an Indian Soldier and the way faujis are fighting for us on the border.
The launch of FAUG was announced after PUBG Mobile India was banned by the Ministry of Electronics and knowledge Technology on 2 September 2020.