FAU-G pre-registration link is finally live in India on the Google Play Store. FAU-G, which is short for Fearless And United Guards, is a third-person brawler game that was expected to launch in India in November. However, Bengaluru-based nCore Games has now announced that the FAU-G pre-registration link is now live on the Google Play Store and those interested can pre-register to be among the first to play the game. The developers are yet to announce the FAU-G launch date, but it seems it is just around the corner now.
On the auspicious occasion of Gurupurab, we are starting the pre-registrations of FAU-G: Fearless And United Guards.
— nCORE Games (@nCore_games) November 30, 2020
FAU-G pre-registration link on the Google Play Store means only Android users can pre-register for the game. While nCore Games is yet to announce a launch date, the pre-registration link suggests that the game’s release could be just days away and that we’re looking at an early December release now.
Now that FAU-G pre-registration link is live, the launch could be just a few days away
The FAU-G game is now listed on the Google Play Store and the description under the pre-registration option read, “High up on the peaks at India’s northern border, an elite fighting group protects the nation’s pride and sovereignty. It’s a daunting task, for the most courageous: The Fearless and United Guards.”
FAU-G is said to be a third-person brawler game and not a battle royale game like PUBG Mobile. However, the developers said in an interview a while back that they plan to introduce the battle royale mode at a later date. At launch, the game will have a level on the Galwan Valley and there will be no guns in order to keep the experience as authentic as possible. Players can choose between single-player and co-operative muliplayer options. As of now, this is all we know about the FAU-G game.
FAU-G is a made in India project from nCore Games that “pays tribute to the heroes of our nation’s armed forces. Based on real-world scenarios, FAU-G brings to life the thrill and adrenaline of a life spent guarding India’s borders.”