FAU-G is soon to make its official entry in India, following numerous teasers and speculations. Now, prior to the launch, the Indian game has gained four million pre-registrations hitting a new milestone even before it has been made accessible to the users. Also Read - FAU-G, Made in India PUBG Mobile alternative, released globally for Android users
The information was revealed by the developers of the game in a recent interview, as per a report by MySmartPrice. One thing worth noting is that the four million pre-registrations are exclusive of the registrations made via low-end phones. Also Read - FAU-G's Google Play Store rating drops, PUBG Mobile fans to be blamed
FAU-G gets 4 million pre-registrations
FAU-G aka Fearless And United Guards is yet to extend support for low-end devices, which is expected to happen soon after the game launches. Also Read - FAU-G crosses 5 million downloads on Google Play store, becomes top free game app
To recall, FAU-G, developed by nCore Games and heavily promoted by actor Akshay Kumar, is set to officially launch on January 26, which happens to be the 72nd Republic Day in India and a perfect occasion to launch an Indian game with patriotic sentiments.
While we don’t have a lot of information on the game, we have a trailer that gives us a gist. The game will be set in Galwan Valley and will be showcase a tussle between the Indian and the Chinese forces. It will be initially launched as a third-person game but will also get a first-person mode. It is also expected to contain guided maps and enemy camps.
FAU-G was touted as an Indian PUBG Mobile alternative but the air was cleared and was revealed that it won’t be the case. Although, it is expected to get a battle royale mode much like PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, and even Call of Duty (CoD).
As a reminder, FAU-G achieved a similar milestone when it garnered one million pre-registrations in 24 hours. The pre-registrations went live on November 30 last year.
You can pre-register for FAU-G by heading to the Google Play Store. iOS users currently don’t have the option to do so.
As for PUBG Mobile, we still don’t have any word on whether or not it is coming to India. The battle royale game is struggling to make a comeback in India due to the issues with the government.