After the Chinese apps were banned in the Indian market and people were looking for an alternative for PUBG due to the same reason, there came a new app promising to provide a similar experience, called FAU-G. It has been a couple of months since the announcement of the game by popular India’s leading mobile game-making firm, nCORE Games. Now the company has added the game to the Google Play Store for pre-registration. It means that the game will first be launched on the Android platform, and can be expected to fully launch in the month of December.
There has been no such initiative from the company for iOS users and it might be possible that the iOS users get the game later. However, there has been no confirmation about the game’s availability on iOS devices for now. nCore games have shared the details and the link on the official Twitter account, from where you can easily pre-register. Once done, the game will automatically be installed on your phone once it is available to download on the Google Play Store. In case, you do not know about the game, it has been developed to pay a tribute to brave Indian soldiers.
The initial promos showed soldiers fighting in the Galwan valley area, Ladakh. Also, the game developers have announced that 20% of the revenue will be donated to Bharat Ke Veer trust, built for martyred soldiers. Since PUBG India is also trying to make a quick re-entry into the Indian market, it would be interesting to see how both the companies attract more users to their platform.