Developer nCore Games announced on Twitter that FAU-G has become the most free game on Google Play in India. After multiple delays, the game was released on “Republic Day” on January 26. The developer said it had been downloaded 5 million times within 24 hours after its release. FAU-G is based on the merits of Indian soldiers stationed in the Galvan Valley. It currently only offers a single player activity, but the developer said that there will be two other modes in the future.
nCore Games shared on Twitter that FAU-G has become the top free game on the only free platform released on Google Play. The post also stated that the game was downloaded 5 million times in 24 hours. FAU-G was released on January 26 after multiple delays, and had already received more than 4 million pre-registrations in the Google Play store before the release.
This free game comes with in-app purchases. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar said that 20% of its revenue will go to “Bharat Ke Veer” Trust all. FAU-G is made in India and promoted by Kumar, who also proposed the name. As of now, the game contains only a brief single player campaign so far, which we found to be quite repetitive. You can read our full review of FAU-G.
The game is only launched on Android, and there is no information about when the iOS version will drop. nCore Games stated that it will add “free for all” and 5v5 “team deathmatch” modes to the game in the future. It received different reviews from players, many of whom asked for more content and supplements to the campaign. In an interview with NDTV, nCore Games co-founder Vishal Gondal said that in essence, the game will expand into the field of e-sports after creating a community, introducing PvP and introducing a battle royale mode.
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