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FAUG achieves 1 million pre-registrations: Here’s How You Can Register

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The pre-registration of the Made in India game FAU-G, which was launched after PUBG Mobile was banned, has started on the Google Play store. The game was announced in September and it was said at the time that the game would be rolled out in October. 

However, there was a slight delay in its arrival. The link for pre-registration has gone live on Google Play. Users who register will be notified by Google Play when the game becomes available. 

What is the FAU-G game?

The game company says that this mobile game is dedicated to the soldiers deployed on the Indian border. The game’s teaser was also released in November.

 According to the teaser, the first episode may be based on the ‘Galvan Valley skirmish’ between China and the Indian Army. However, this is not explicitly written in the description. 

Pre-registration for FAU-G  has been announced by the company on its official Twitter handle.  First of all, users have to open the pre-registration page of FAU-G on Google Play Store. 

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If you want, you can also click on this link.

  • Here you will see the Pre-register button, click on it . 
  • Now a dialog box will open which will say, ‘When the game is released, we will notify you.’ 
  • Here you will also see two options – Install When Available and OK.
  • Choose the option of your choice. 

 Last month its developers and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar had shared the first teaser of FAU-G which depicted a scene of conflict on hilly terrain, presumably the LAC area where the Indian army has been at odds with the Chinese forces.

In earlier reports, Vishal Gondal, the founder and chief of nCore Games 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 Galwan Valley border.