Action Game 'FAU-G' Gets Live On App Store; Only For iOS Users
Fearless and United Guards (FAU-G) is now obtainable for iOS users, with free downloads available on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch through the Apple App Store. The 567.2 MB-sized Indian gaming app is compatible with only iOS 10 and successive operating systems and would track primary user data. Interestingly, FAU-G is tipped for a multiplayer Team Deathmatch mode, although developer nCore Games is yet to confirm the update.
Tags: FAU-G, iOS, Apple App Store, iPad, iphone, iPod Touch, nCore Games, Team Deathmatch Mode
Courtesy: The Indian Express
FAU-G To Launch on R-Day, Records 4 Million Plus Pre-Registrations
Ahead of its launch on January 26, made-in-India action game FAU-G has garnered more than four million pre-registrations on Google Play Store. The Bengaluru-based game developer nCore Games revealed it would launch versions compatible for low-end devices. While the game clocked over one million pre-registrations within 24-hours of listing on Google Play Store, the developers expect five million pre-registrations by January 26, making it first… read-more
Tags: FAU-G, Republic Day, nCore Games, Google Playstore
Courtesy: News 18
Akshay Kumar Shares Pre-Registration Link, Anthem For FAU-G
Actor Akshay Kumar, the brand ambassador of FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards), has shared the anthem for the game sung by Sukhwinder Singh. Moreover, he has given the pre-registration link for the game, which is slated for a Republic Day release. Designed by nCore Games, the game was produced under the 'Make In India' initiative. Notably, the funds raised from FAU-G would be used for helping the families of the martyred.
Tags: Gamers, nCore Games, Pubg Mobile, FAU-G
Courtesy: India .com
PUBG Ban and FAU-G Launch is a Coincidence, Says Game Creator
Vishal Gondal, co-founder of the nCore games, has clarified the concurrence of PUBG ban and FAU-G announcement. he revealed, FAU-G was always in the pipeline and the team was actively working on the game since May-June 2020. He further added,"The ban on PUBG Mobile was coincidental". Gondal labeled his developers' team as "highly qualified" and "capable" to develop games as good as PUBG or any other game.
Tags: FAU-G, PUBG Ban, nCore Games, Akshay Kumar, Vishal Gondal.
Courtesy: Indian Express