The Indian government banned another 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile a couple of days back.
Several Indian game developers introduce India’s alternative to PUBG or new battle royale games similar to the banned game.
The nCore Games announced a new Indian version of PUBG Mobile called FAU-G or Fearless And United: Guards.
The game comes from Indian publisher nCore games, as a response to Prime Minister Modi’s call for ‘AtmaNirbhar Apps’.
More likely, however, is the simple truth that people like playing PUBG-like games, and FAU-G is trying to capitalise on PUBG’s forced leave of absence in the country.
Talking about the game, Gondal said that FAU-G, as the name suggests, will lesson players about the sacrifices of Indian soldiers. He also said that 20 per cent of net revenue will be donated to BharatKeVeer trust.
All we have seen about the upcoming game is a poster, and that rather silly name “Fearless and United Guards”. Hopefully, we will get to know more about the game in the coming days.
The government of India banned 118 apps on Wednesday including the popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile and also its Lite version. The game has been removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
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