The Indian government has recently banned PUBG because it belongs to a Chinese company. Amid the recent border disputes between India and China Indian government has decided to ban over 100 Chinese apps, including the popular mobile game PUBG. But soon after PUBG got banned, Akshay Kumar, the famous Bollywood actor on Friday, announced that he is going to launch FAU-G, a multiplayer mobile game. Supposedly FAU-G is being launched as a replacement for PUBG, and the game is being developed by a company named nCore, an Indian mobile app and games development company.
FUG-G Game Annoucement
Akshay Kumar broke the news of the FAU-G launch through a tweet.
Akshay also wrote in his tweet that he is launching the game FAU-G in support of prime minister Narendra Modi’s Atma Nirbhar Movement. Akshay also announced that he would donate 20% of the net revenue from the game to the Bharat Ke Veer initiative, which is a fundraising initiative aimed towards the welfare of Indian soldiers.
The launch date of the game is by the end of October, but no exact release date has yet been announced. The gameplay of the game is geared towards military scenarios. It is meant to give the players the first-hand experience of the conditions and challenges Indian soldiers face on the battlefield. It is important to note that Indian youth did not take the PUBG ban well since mobile gaming is a common hobby in India. So Indian gamers are incredibly excited about the launch of FAU-G. Not to mention the game is targeting the previous PUBG players with similar gameplay and mechanics.