After a very long wait, Indian gamers can finally get to see the FAU-G game as there is official confirmation on its launch date. The game is launching in India on 26th January. FAU-G is said to be PUBG’s rival and is one of the most anticipated games of this year.
There were lot of controversy in the beginning when the game was first announced in the country. It came into discussion after PUBG was banned in the country. It became the fiercest rival of PUBG very quickly and discussions and opinions started pouring in from every corners of the country.
FAU-G was expected to release back in November, 2020, but due to reasons unknown it got delayed. FAU-G became PUBG's rival since the first day of the game's announcement in the country. PUBG had around 10 million user base in India. Indian gamers and PUBG fans were disheartened after the game's ban in the country. FAU-G was first announced right after a few days after the ban was imposed on PUBG in India. This led to the creation of uncountable memes and debates over these two games since the very first day. But PUBG and FAU-G belong to two different genres, so basically a comparison between these two games would be illogical. Memers had taken Twitter by a storm on the day of FAU-G's launch date announcement.
FAU-G is known as Fearless and United Guards and it got its anthem sung by popular Bollywood playback singer Sukhwinder Singh. The pre-registration link for the game is live and gamers can go and register themselves. Akshay Kumar announced the game's release date on Twitter. This comes as a official confirmation about the game's launch.
Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border...these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem 🦁
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 3, 2021
It seems that Twitter users had a hectic field day as nCore, the gaming company behind FAU-G announced the game’s launch date. Here are some of the memes that we all got to see. Check them out if you haven't yet.
According to numerous reports, FAU-G is based on the Galwan Valley face-off that took place in 2020 between the Indian and Chinese armies near the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh. FAU-G is an action and thriller game and not a battle royale game like Pubg. FAU-G is created by nCore Games and its one of the most hyped games to be released this year. FAU-G is also associated with Akshay Kumar’s initiative Bharat ke Veer Trust, which is a fundraiser for the families of the martyred soldiers.