FAU-G has turn into the highest free recreation on Google Play in India, developer nCore Video games has introduced on Twitter. The sport was launched on Republic Day, January 26, after many delays. The builders say that it reached 5 million downloads inside 24 hours of its launch. FAU-G relies on the exploits of Indian troopers who had been stationed in Galwan Valley. It solely affords a single participant marketing campaign for now however the builders have stated that there will likely be two further modes coming sooner or later.
nCore Games took to Twitter to share that FAU-G has turn into the highest free recreation on Google Play, which is the one platform it launched on. The put up additionally says that the sport had 5 million downloads inside 24 hours. FAU-G released on January 26 after a number of delays and had received over four million pre-registrations on the Google Play retailer forward of its launch.
The free-to-play recreation comes with in-app purchases and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar had shared that 20 % of the income will go to the ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ belief. FAU-G has been made in India and promoted by Kumar, who additionally got here up with the identify. As of now, the sport solely comes with a brief single-player marketing campaign as of now, which we discovered to be fairly repetitive. You possibly can learn our full review of FAU-G.
The sport has solely been launched on Android with no data on when the iOS model will drop. nCore Video games says that it will likely be including a ‘Free for All’ and a 5v5 ‘Staff Deathmatch’ mode to the sport sooner or later. It has acquired mixed reviews
from gamers with loads of them asking for extra content material and additions to the marketing campaign. nCore Video games co-founder Vishal Gondal shared in an interview with NDTV that, down the road, the sport will department out into esports after making a group, introducing PvP, and introducing battle royale modes.
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