Actor Akshay Kumar had announced FAU-G in September last year, mentioning that it supports the Atmanirbhar movement launched by PM Modi and the game will also enable players to ‘learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers.’ And today, on the auspicious occasion of the 72nd Republic Day, the Bollywood actor launches the android game via this tweet.
Talking about the requirements of the FAU-G android game, as per the developers, the game is suitable with all mobile phones running Android version 8 and higher versions. FAU-G is presently not there on Apple App Store, this implies that iPhone users will have to wait. There is no proper affirmation from the company on its rollout. There’s additionally no authority word from the company if there will be a PC form of the game also.
The Bengaluru based game developer, nCORE Games, tweeted the beginning of the pre-registration of the android game for those whose smartphones consist of Android v8 and more.
One of the most anticipated games of the year, that would be the replacement of the popular banned mobile game PUBG in India, did not meet the expectations and criticized the game on social media, as #FAUG is started to trend on Twitter. Most people complaining about the game-play of the game, as the game only features the only type of playing mode, as opposite of PUBG and its rival CoD Mobile.
The main MVP of the game is the narrative audio in the Hindi language. The game begins with the player in a ‘Sardar'(Sikh) avatar who is searching for his fellow soldiers, and on the way to fight the Chinese soldiers who are intruders in the Galwan Valley.
The download size for the game varies depending on the device but, roughly, the game’s download size sits at around 500 MB.