Indian PUBG To Be Launched Soon; 20 Per cent Of The Earnings Will Be Donated To Indian Army

by Shatakshi Gupta

The Government of India has banned 118 mobile apps, including PUBG Mobile, citing data privacy, although the PC version of PUBG is yet to be played in India.

  At the same time, the teaser of Made in India multiplayer gaming app FAU: G has been released just after the PUBG is banned.  It has been announced by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.  He has given information about it by tweeting.

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There is no specific information about this game at the moment, but according to reports, the FAU: G game will also be multiplayer, just like PUBG.  This game will be released by Bangalore-based company nCORE Games.  There is currently no information about the launch date of the FAU: G game.

According to Akshay Kumar’s tweet, 20% of the earnings from this game will go to Veer Trust of India.  ‘Bharat ke Veer’ is an organization dedicated to army personnel, which has been established by the Ministry of Home Affairs.  At the same time, GOQii CEO Vishal Gondal described FAU: G as part of self-sufficient India. 

The full name of the game will be Fearless and United: Guards (FAU-G).  The playing characters of this game will be from the Indian Air Force.  The game is expected to be launched by the end of October.