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FAU-G launching on Republic Day: Check out the new teaser and gameplay

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LAST UPDATED: Jan. 4, 2021, 5:32 p.m.

New Delhi (Anish Yande): FAU-G, the long-awaited game centered around the Indian army, is set to be released in January. The game developed by Indian game developer, nCORE Games, is set to release on January 26th, 2021, Republic Day.

The release date of the game was announced through a theatrical trailer. The trailer features some gameplay features and character models. The game is reportedly centered around the Ladakh episode where the conflict between the Indian Army and the Chinese PLA. 

FAU-G Trailer released: 

The trailer features the title track of the game, Fauji. The design of the in-game weapons was also revealed for the first time. FAU-G is set to come with primary combat based around melee and brawling. The game would also have AK-47 rifles and other kinds of assault rifles. 

FAU-G is classified as a third-person brawler game. The game could have solo mode and co-op mode at launch. The battle royale mode in FAU-G is set to be released after launch. 

Details of FAU-G:

nCORE posted a description on the Google Play Store which reads, ‘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 set to have a level based in Galwan Valley. According to nCORE, the game ‘pays tribute to the heroes of our nation’s armed forces.’ The company also said that FAU-G would depict the thrill and adrenaline of a soldier’s life at India’s borders. 

The pre-registration for FAU-G had gone live on November 30th, 2020. The game garnered more than 1 million registrations in 24 hours. nCORE had reported that FAU-G had recorded 1.06 million registrations in 24 hours. 

The game is promoted by its brand ambassador, Akshay Kumar. FAU-G was announced shortly after the PUBG ban, which banned several Chinese apps. 

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