After two days of banning PUBG mobile and PUBG mobile lite, India is releasing a new battle royal game called FAU-G game. The game is very similar to the PUBG mobile, it’s so similar that many have suspected as a clone of PUBG mobile. The game has been developed by nCore Mobile Games Company with mentorship from Akshay Kumar Bollywood actor. The game developers said that 20% of the net revenues from this game will be donated in Indian soldiers trust.
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The full form of FAU-G is Fearless & United Guards. There’s nothing more to say since only poster has been released publicly and nothing else. However, the game might be release within a month or more than that. The game is expected to be a multiplayer game which allows you to chat with your friends while playing just like we do in PUBG. It’s also expected to come along with so many features that are present in mostly battle royal games but for now we can not expect.
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Vishal Gondal is an advisor and investor of nCore gaming company. The headquarter of nCore is based out of Bangalore, India and it claims to be a pure Indian company. On the nCore Website, it shows the game has in partnership with Rovio Entertainment is the same company who has made Angry birds. And the fun part is that Rovio Entertainment is not a Indian, it’s Finland Company. Then how nCore is supposed be a Indian company if the game is coded in another country. Well, we support if any country grows in technology sector specially when it comes to India but it looks like the company is hiding something from the real users. The last question you should ask yourself, how a company can develop a battle royal game within a just two days after banning PUBG.
Quick Update: The Rovio partnership banner now has been removed from the official nCore website. But fortunately we already have clipped an image in which you can clearly see the company has in partnership with Rovio.
After all of these happening around, peoples have so many questions from this government step. If the PUBG Mobile game was violating Indian privacy & policy then why you’re banning PUBG just two days before FAU-G trailer. Thanks for reading. Follow us for more upcoming news articles.