Akshay Kumar reveals FAU-G an Indian Version of PUBG? Trailer launch

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Indian Government has put a ban on PUBG quoting “It is for security purpose of the country”
and after just one day of this announcement Akshay Kumar, a well-known actor has revealed
an upcoming game FAU-G an Indian version of PUBG.

Indian Government is running a campaign called “Atmanirbhar Bharat” which means
a self-dependent India and under this campaign government has banned an another
set of 118 Chinese apps including PUBG and Rules of Survival.

Supporting this movement Bollywood Actor “Akshay Kumar” has revealed an upcoming
multiplayer co-op game Fearless And United: Guards (FAU-G), NCore games are developing
this game.

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Is FAU-G and PUBG are same game?

Many people are suspecting that the game was already in development and government
banned PUBG to release their own game, well there are a lot of conspiracies but
Co-founder of NCore Games, Vishal Gondal says that the PUBG Ban was just a coincidence.

“For youngsters in India, gaming is becoming an important form of entertainment. With FAU-G, I’m hoping that as they play the game they will learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers and also contribute to the families of the martyrs; and with this each one of us has the ability to support PM Modi’s vision of Atma Nirbhar ”, Akshay Kumar says

According to the actor, Players will be able to learn about the sacrifices of
Indian soldiers throughout the missions of the game. The first episode of
the game will be based on the event on Galwan River. 20% revenue of the
game will be given to  Bharat Ke Veer Trust (India’s Brave Forces Trust),
a fund raised by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.

There are a lot of mixed opinions from players in India many believe that this is
a great initiative by Government while some believe that FAU-G will not replace
PUBG.

The game is supposed to release in October month but the exact date is still unkown.


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