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FAU-G listed on google play, open for pre-registration; developed under Make in India Initiative

While India continues to ban Chinese apps and games, India's made-in-India alternatives have started to attract attention. The Bengaluru-based developer of FAU-G, nCore games made the announcement through his official Twitter account just a few hours ago. The game has earlier announced its arrival in November.

However, it appears that there will be a last delay and willing users may register their interest to be the first to play the game.

PUBG alternative, FAU-G describes its game as “Join a special unit of FAU-G commandos on patrol in dangerous border territory. Come face-to-face with India’s enemies as you engage with hostile invaders on Indian soil. Fight for survival against the unforgiving terrain and the implacable enemy.”

How to get registered for FAU-G

As the game gets listed on Google Play Store. Players can follow these steps to get themselves registered.

    • Open Google Play Store and search for FAU-G or Click Here
    • Now Tap on the pre-register button to get yourself registered, after this, you will be enrolled for the game
    • You will receive a notification once the game goes live or can also opt for the game to automatically installed on the smartphone.
FAU-G listed on google play, open for pre-registration

In spite of being listed on Google Play Store, the game is unavailable for installation. Moreover, FAU-G isn't listed on the Apple App Store yet.