FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards) game is now available to download on Google Play Store. The game is developed by nCore games and is said to be an alternative for the PUBG Mobile, the promotion of the game was started in September 2020 and now it is being available to download from Google Play Store on Republic Day. After the release, the game has surpassed 110K reviews and more than 4 million downloads. We will show you steps on How to download FAU-G on Android and a complete FAU-G game review.
The game has been released for Android Mobile on Google Play Store. There are also in-app purchases.
How to download FAU-G on Android
Step 1: Open the Play Store on your Android device
Step 2: Search for FAU-G game on Play Store
Step 3: Click on install button to install FAU-G in your device
Step 4: After successful download open the game and enjoy
Note: According to the FAU-G game developers the game is available for devices running Android 8 and above. The game also inlcudes in-app purchases to level up the game. However, the developers haven’t said anything when the FAU-G game will be available for iOS users.
Let’s move on to the FAU-G game review and analysis the game.
In September actor Akshay Kumar said that the game will support the Atmanirbhar Bharat movement launched by PM Modi and 20% of the revenue of the FAU-G game will be donated to Bharat-ke-Veer trust.
In an interview Gondal confirmed that the game will be single-player and co-operative play to prevent potential launch day issues. After the ban of the PUBG Mobile in India the developers announced the game and the game grabbed the headlines.
So here is the FAU-G game review and what developers say about the game.
FAU-G game review
Compare us to the first release of any other game and not the final release
The storyline and the anthem of the game is amazing and as per the first the first release of the game the FAU-G game is good we can’t compare the game with PUBG or Call of Duty in its first release.
Don’t compare us to the 870th update of Call of Duty. Call of Duty’s an 18-year-old franchise, right? We’ve just got started. People need to think of us as the child who’s born. You will not compare the child who’s born to a Usain Bolt directly who’s running and making Olympic recordsGondal said