In India, mobile gamers can ultimately hit FAU-G before the end of the month. The developer of nCore Games, announced the game is expected to start on 26 January. The date is rather appropriate provided that Indian Republic Day is celebrated that day and corresponds to the patriotic theme of the game.
In addition to the tweet, the developers have posted a new trailer for the game and the game anthem that clearly incorporates patriotic features. Finally the trailer showcases the use of guns, with an emphasis on melee combat. It also confirms that in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh the game (or at least one mission).
Recall that after PUBG Mobile has been banned in India, FAU: G, or Fearless And United Guard were announced as a shoot. During Dussehra, players have finally looked at the upcoming game through a trailer which was first posted on the social media account of the nCore Games. The trailer aims to concentrate more on melee battle and a place to set the game. However, it was available on the Google Play Store before the end of November for pre-registration.
At first, many users stated that they could not pre-register for their game, even though they had more than enough requirements on their phones. Digit.in reached Vishal Gondal, an nCore Games Consultant and Investor, and he said the nCore Games team had found a problem and issued a solution. In spite of this, nCore Games said that in a 24-hour span over 1 million players have pre-registered for the game.