As per the description available on Play Store, the battleground of FAU-G will be “India’s northern border” where a group is fighting to protect and shield the pride and sovereignty of the country.
The game was initially announced by Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar in early September, a few days after the Government had banned 118 apps and games that included the name of one of the most famous battle royale titles PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite.
Players will get the skin of a “patriotic soldier” and are expected to experience the “bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice of the men guarding the country’s borders”.
The listing also shows a couple of screenshot from the game giving a glimpse of what the soldier’s skin and their weapons will look like.
A teaser of FAU-G was released in October on the occasion of Dussehra. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar launched a one-minute trailer of the game that showed helicopters landing on a barren strip of land and a fight ensuing between Indian soldiers and the opposing Army.
As per the co-founder of nCore games Vishal Gondal, FAU-G will compete with other international games including PUBG. He added that there is a belief that Indian game developers cannot produce good quality games and at nCore, they want to prove them wrong.