FAU-G Vs PUBG Mobile::
FAU-G, the made-in-India mobile game developed by nCore Games is set to be released on 26th January. FAU-G had created a lot of excitement since its initial announcement in September 2020. The game got its hype while the Indian government blocked 118 more mobile Chinese applications, including PUBG Mobile.
In recent years, the battle royale genre has enjoyed a rise in popularity on mobile platforms, with the likes of PUBG Mobile and Free Fire. Both the games are currently overpowering the mobile gaming industry.
This article takes a look at the difference between FAU-G and PUBG Mobile that players need to know.
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FAU-G Vs PUBG Mobile: Big Differences That Players Should Know
PUBG Mobile is a battle royale game where 100 players land on a map and fight with each other. Here, survival is the key and the last man/team standing wins the Winner winner chicken dinner!
Whereas FAU-G is a multiplayer game that focuses on real-world scenarios encountered by Indian soldiers on the battleground. However, the founder of the nCore games Vishal Gondal stated that FAU-G is planning to release battle royale mode in the future update.
Upon its initial release on January 26, the game is expected to just have a single-player and a cooperative multiplayer mode. As observed in the FAU-G’s trailer, the first level is expected to take place in the Galwan Valley.
In late November 2020, the pre-registration page for FAU-G went live on the Google Play store. People who have already registered will get a notification when the game launches. However, if you have not pre-registered yet, you can manually download the game from FAU-G’s Google Play Store link upon release.
Additionally, Mr.Gondal stated that the game has surpassed four million pre-registrations.
Which Devices Are Compatible With FAU-G?
As of now, iOS users won’t be able to enjoy the game. For android users, if your android version is 8.0 or above or set to experience the game.
Which Games Are FAU-G’s Biggest Rivals?
Call of Duty: Mobile (consists of both Multiplayer and Battle Royale modes), Garena Free Fire (Battle Royale), Cyber Hunter (Battle Royale), Modern Combat 5: Blackout (First-Person Shooter), Modern War (Online Strategy Game), Afterpulse (Third-Person Multiplayer Shooter), Warface: Global Operations (First-Person Shooter) and Fortnite (Battle Royale available on Epic Games) are some of the games that are FAU-G’s biggest competitors.
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