Developer nCore Games revealed that FAU-G, an action game for mobile devices made in India, has exceeded 4 million pre-registration marks on Google Play before its official release. The game was pre-registered in late November-after a series of delays and finalized a release date schedule that will be released on January 26. The pre-registration of FAU-G (also known as “Fearless” and “Joint Guard”) was initially restricted for high-end and mid-range Android devices, although nCore Games does plan to expand its availability to low-end devices in the future. FAU-G is also expected to be promoted to iPhone and iPad users when it is officially released next week.

Vishal Gondal, co-founder and chairman of nCore Games, told IGN India that FAU-G has received more than 4 million pre-registrations. He said: “This is because certain low-end devices are not allowed to register.”

FAU-G exceeded 1 million pre- in the first 24 hours after its debut on the Google Play Store. However, it took a month and a half to through the four million mark.

Gundal said: “I would say we will cross at least 5 million.” “But at 5 million, I think there are no other games, at least there is no such pre-registration in India.”

A few days after India banned PUBG mobile games from launching in September, FAU-G was designed as an online multiplayer game in Galway Valley. The game will be available on Android devices and iPhone and iPad models on January 26. However, since FAU-G has not made its debut on the App Store, pre-registration is limited to Google Play.

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FAU-G will not initially have a “Battle Royale” mode, although it is expected to appear in future versions. According to reports, support for low-end devices is also underway and may appear soon to help developers get a lot of downloads in the near future.

Hande, co-founder and COO of nCore Games, revealed to IGN India that Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar participated in the development of FAU-G and suggested that a dog should appear in the game. However, the game will not have animal characters when it is released.

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