FAU-G to be based on Galwan valley?

The desi version of PUB-G is ready to be unveiled in India soon. Yes, we are talking about FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards). The extension of the launch of PUB-G Mobile India to March 2021 is likely to help the indigenously developed app. The delay will help FAU-G seize Indian market and lay a solid base for their success. For the time being, FAU-G is available on Google Play and so far, has received 1.06 million pre-registrations. Although the game is available on PlayStore, there is no option to play it. nCore Games is the firm behind the formation of FAU-G. Once nCore releases an official statement on its website, the official links and APK downloads will be made available for users.

As per many reports, FAU-G is different from PUBG Mobile India. PUBG Mobile is a battle royale game, however, FAU-G is based on realistic action. There is rumour that the setting of the FAU-G will be based on the Galwan Valley tussle that took place between India and China. How can we say that? Well, there are some indications that make it look so. In the description of FAU-G in the Google Play Store, there is a reference of the word northern border that hints at the game might be based on the incidents that shook India and China in the middle of 2020 in Galwan. FAU-G is also part of PM Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar (self-sufficient) mantra.

The game holds a strong possibility of capitalising on the prevailing nationalistic and anti-China mood and present it in a very realistic manner.

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