The FAUG (Fearless and United – Guards) created by nCore Games is an Indian online multiplayer action game. The first teaser of the game is out today.


FAUG (Fearless and United – Guards), the upcoming Indian mobile game based on the heroics of the Indian armed forces, now has its first official cinematic teaser. The teaser released earlier today by the nCORE Games and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, the cinematic is in line with what previous reports have spoken of about the game. FAU-G stands for Fearless And United – Guards, was announced soon after PUBG Mobile, one of the world’s and India’s most popular games of all time, was banned by the Indian government due to some security issues.

The one-minute teaser of the game provides a glimpse of FAUG and shows Indian jawans fighting with no arms. It says ‘together we secure Bharat’ and ‘we are Fearless and United Guards’. It depicts a scene in the teaser of conflict on hilly terrain, which will presumably present a scene of armed conflict against enemy forces that players will take on in the game’s missions. In the earlier reports, Vishal Gondal, the founder of nCore Games, the developer of FAUG, was quoted as stating that FAU-G’s gameplay will not come with a battle royale mode upon release. Instead, the gameplay will be based on India’s recent armed conflict against China at the Galway Valley border. The teaser is presumably depicting these very scenes.
FAUG is slated to release soon. After an initial release deadline of October 2020, the latest reports suggest that FAUG will be released within the coming weeks. Given how the game’s teaser looks like, it remains to be seen if FAU-G brings the same competitive online player ecosystem the way PUBG Mobile did, or is purely designed as a level-based, individual driven shooter game. More details should be released soon, especially with the initial cinematic teaser being out now.

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