Indian game “FAU-G” declared after PUBG Ban
Another 118 Chinese Apps, including PUBG Mobile, were blocked a few days ago by the India Government. Today, it seems as if PUBG clones are on their way to plug the Miramar void in our lives. Actor Akshay Kumar today carried news about a news game called ‘FAU-G’ to Twitter.
The game is a response to a call from Prime Minister Modi to ‘AtmaNirbhar Software’ from Indian developer nCore games. But the simple fact that people want to play PUBG-like games is more probable, and FAU-G tries to capitalise on PUBG ‘s forced absence in the region.
The game is also obviously an instructional platform that will show players how to kill the Indian security soldiers. Moreover, the Bharat Ke Veer trust is stated to have been donated 20 percent of revenues generated from the game.
The game isn’t very well known, right now. What we see about the next game is a poster and the name “Fearless and Unified Guards” is a very stupendous one. Hopefully in the next few days we will hear more about the game.
However, I must admit that it is difficult to judge whether a game will or can not get any traction in a market dominated by Fortnite and Call of Duty: Mobile. I hope the developers at nCore come up with something creative enough to create an interesting endeavour from a reasonable amount of people.