With a humongous number of pre-registrations, FAU-G is all set to be one of the most popular mobile games with its official launch on January 26. Reportedly, the total number of pre-registrations have crossed over 4 million, creating a milestone on its own.
Ever since PUBG has been banned in India, the Indian fans have been eagerly waiting for the return of the game. However, that is very unlikely to happen, and fans who have left hope for the same have undoubtedly switched to FAU-G.
Though there were rumours that FAU-G is an alternative for PUBG, Vishal Gondal, the co-founder of nCore Games that produced FAU-G, has clearly said that FAU-G is not a replica or an alternative for PUBG. FAU-G is likely to be a co-op game set in the Galwan valley. It has been speculated that the game will initially be a third-person game although it will also come with a first-person mode, containing guided maps and enemy camps. The game will showcase a clash between the Indian and Chinese forces.
According to reports, there won’t be a Battle Royale mode during the initial stage of the game but developers are currently working towards improving the first version and will come likely after a few updates.
“I will say that we will cross five million at least, could be higher, but at five million, I don’t think so any other game, at least in India, has got that kind of pre-registrations,” Vishal Gondal told IGN India.
The pre-registrations for FAU-G went live on November 30, 2020, and recorded a milestone of reaching one million pre-registrations within 24 hours. FAU-G can be pre-registered on the Google Play store, however, for iOS users, there is no option for that yet.