FAU-G game pre-registrations open on Google Play Store ahead of PUBG Mobile India launch

The FAU-G mobile game is now available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. The developers used Twitter to make the announcement to commemorate Gurupurab in India. This means that anyone can pre-register for the Battle Royale game backed by Goqii’s Vishal Gondal, who is also the founder of developer nCore Games, and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. FAU-G, short for Fearless and United Guards, is claimed to have been built entirely in India and comes amid the government is in a process to phase out Chinese games and apps.

The FAU-G listing on the Google Play Store shows that the game will be available on Android but you cannot download it yet. Since there are no signs of its availability on iOS yet, the battle royale is likely to kick off on Android before Apple’s mobile ecosystem. By pre-registering, interested Play Store users will be notified when the game is available for download in India. Some eligible devices will have the FAU-G kit installed as it launches. The size and other details of the games are not disclosed at this time. The permissions this game will need to run are also unclear at this time.

Details of FAU-G’s gameplay are scant at this time. The first preview of the battle royal showed Indian soldiers getting off helicopters to fight enemies on a border, an image that simulates the Galwan Valley clash between the armies of India and China, which formed the crux of the new wave of sentiment. anti-China among consumers. from India. Consequently, India’s application ecosystem underwent a major change when the government blocked hundreds of applications that belonged to or were developed there by Chinese companies. One such application was PUBG Mobile, which faced censorship in India for security reasons.

FAU-G vs PUBG Mobile India

PUBG Mobile was owned by Tencent Games of China, which is why the Indian government blocked it citing the link with China. Several other apps were also banned. However, PUBG Corporation, the South Korean company that developed PUBG and owns the title, stepped in and took control of the PUBG title from Tencent Games for India. After the link was broken, the developer became optimistic about the relaunch. PUBG Corporation is now releasing a new PUBG Mobile censored avatar called PUBG Mobile India.

PUBG Mobile India will resolve several concerns, including the main allegations that the Indian government cited in banning the game. Since the previous version was owned by Tencent Games, user data was stored on the company’s servers in China. PUBG Corporation recently signed an agreement with Microsoft to store user data for its new version in Azure Cloud, two of which are in India.

The developer also makes sure that other elements that contributed to the ban have been addressed. For example, PUBG Mobile India brings a green impact effect instead of a blood spill and the characters will be fully dressed before a match starts. PUBG Mobile India also features a time restriction on the game, which will ensure that players adopt good gaming habits.

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