India is about to launch PUBG alternative FAU-G on October End

After Indian government ban PUBG from India based gaming company nCore Gaming studio is going to launch PUBG alternative FAU-G. Due to the country privacy and security reasons with China Indian government decided to Ban PUBG in India. Which result in a great loss for China, China faces of about $34 billion loss from PUBG Ban in India.

PUBG alternative FAU-G

PUBG alternative FAU-G is announced to be released on a day after the government puts Ban on PUBG. FAU-G Stands for ‘Fearless And United: Guards’.

Akshay Kumar who is sponsoring the game said in his tweet that 20% of the net revenue generated would be donated to the ‘Bharat Ke Veer: India’s Bravehearts’ trust.

After world most popular Battle Royale Game PUBG banned in India, an Indian Gaming Company nCore Games is all set to release their new game which is basically an alternative of PUBG by the end of the month October. The company Claims that they will get about 200 million users in just 1 year Which is a great number to be claimed by any Mobile gaming company.

PUBG Alternative FAU-G is available to be download on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Company said that the game is based on the Galwan Ghati and the first level is set in the backdrop of the Galwan Valley, and third-person shooting gameplay will be added with subsequent updates.

Also Read : Indian Government Banned PUBG along with 118 other Chinese apps in India

PTI states that the game is going to show the real scenarios of fight that Indian security forces face while dealing with domestic and foreign threats. Five players team up is going to be seen in the game to deal with the evil forces in the game.

Also, the founder of nCore Games, Vishal Gondal, tweeted:

Reason behind Indian Government Banned Chinese Apps in India

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Ban 100+ Chinese apps in India because due to national security reasons and Chinese apps theft Indian users data without their permissions.