After months of wait, FAU-G is finally launched on Google Play Store today, on the occasion of the 72nd Republic Day.
FAU-G or Fearless And United – Guards was announced in India after the ban of the battle royal game, PUBG. But these two are actually quite different games in their entity at least for now. FAU-G lacks the multiplayer mode, which was the feature that made PUBG so popular to play.
Bengaluru based, nCore Games developed this game, FAU-G. It is promised that 20% of the game’s revenue will be donated to ‘Bharat ke Veer’ trust for the Indian Soldiers.
FAU-G has a campaign mode based on the real-life events Between Indian and Chinese soldiers last year in the Galwan Valley.
This game can be played on any Android phone that runs android 8(Oreo) or above. Currently, this game is only available on Android-based phones. nCore Games said that it has indeed been launched for iOS but the listing on the Apple App Store is not live yet.
FAU-G Game Download Size
The download size of any app varies as per the device and the operating system’s version but generally speaking, this game’s size is around 500 MB, which makes it not too demanding of Phone storage and too much RAM and thus it can be played on mid-level or low budget smartphones available these days.
in-app purchases and FAU-G Lite
The game is absolutely free to download and play but for certain upgrades, there are in-app purchases, just like there were in PUBG or any other game. These in-app purchases can range from Rs. 19 to Rs. 2,999 for different upgrades and bundles.
Where FAU-G Lite has not been officially confirmed yet, but nCore’s founder said that if the response to this standard version is positive and enough demand comes then the company may consider launching a Lite version of the game.