FAU-G mobile game, the so-called Made in India PUBG Mobile alternative, was launched in India on January 26 on the 72nd Republic Day. The game is currently available for Android users on Google Play Store and should be released for Apple App Store in the months to come, the company confirmed. Initially, the FAU-G mobile game was rated very high up at 4.5 stars but with every passing day, the Play Store rating of the game is dropping. Here’s the reason behind it. Also Read - PUBG New State launch date announcement in October, surpasses 40 million pre-registrations
Last week, we reported that FAU-G‘s rating has been dropped to 3.5 stars but now the rating has further dropped down to 3.1 stars. Players have rated the game 1 star. Some media reports suggest that these are PUBG Mobile fans who are bombarding the FAU-G app page with negative reviews and 1 star. This is dropping the overall review rating of the game on the Google Play Store. Also Read - BGMI 1.6 update: How to download the new update on Android, iOS
Bengaluru based nCore Games, which developed the action game, recently announced that FAU-G has been released globally for Android users on Google Play Store. This means that this Made in India mobile game is available for everyone who users an Android phone worldwide. Also Read - PUBG Mobile 1.6 update: Flora Menace mode, Vikendi Map, and other features
While people believe that FAU-G is a PUBG Mobile alternative the company never claimed it. The first episode of the mobile game revolves around the Galwan Valley episode. In the days to come, the game will bring more modes include battle royale mode, more weapons and more.