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FAU-G-An alternative to PUBG announced in India, Memefest has begun

new Digi Alternative to PUBG It has already been announced, including PUBG, just 48 hours after the Indian government banned 118 Chinese mobile apps. By order, these apps threaten India’s “sovereignty and security”. This new multiplayer action game (wait for it…) is called FAU-G and stands for Fearless and United Guards.

Since the government launched a ban on mobile apps in China, the Indian app ecosystem is quickly at a loss with cobblestone alternatives to take advantage of the potential surge in interest. PUBG Mobile, Games developed by Tencent Count India as China’s largest market. The ban leaves a large void in the mobile gaming space. The launch of FAU-G is nothing but a surgical strike while the iron is hot.

We hope the game looks better than the stock image aatmanirbhar Photoshop job

To support an idea Atmanirbhar Bharat, Actor Akshay Kumar brought to Twitter to announce an in-house game. Player becomes a soldier of Forge And according to the tweet, “We will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers.” 20% of the profits earned on the game Bharat Ke Beer Fund.

FAU-G is the brainchild of nCore Games, a mobile game publisher invested by veteran tech entrepreneur Vishal Gondal. His previous accomplishments include Indiagames and fitness band/service company GoQii, which was sold to Disney in 2007.

It’s an overnight turnaround and Twitter is supposed to have an opinion. Some people have raised their eyebrows,

Many shared a hilarious meme about the similarities between the two games:

…Some people are happy that there are alternatives to PUBG,

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