Recently, the Indian Government banned PUBG Mobile along with 118 other Chinese apps. According to the authorities, these apps store data outside of India and thus, are a threat to Indian user’s privacy.
That’s why, the Indian game developer, nCORE Games, has announced their own multiplayer game, FAU-G.
FAU-G, or the Fearless and United: Guards is developed in response to PM Narendra Modi’s “AtmaNirbharApp.” Also, interestingly, the action game FAU-G is developed with mentorship from Akshay Kumar, a big name in the Bollywood industry.
According to the announcement, by playing FAU-G, the Indian alternative to PUBG Mobile, players will also learn about the sacrifices of Indian soldiers. Moreover, 20% of the net revenue generated from sales of the game will be donated to #BharatKeVeer trust.
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