India’s response to PUBG Ban is going to be unveiled. Plus, the business has confirmed concerning the FAUG game launch date it’s starting in November 2020.
A teaser of the upcoming match FAU-G was published on Dusshera, showcases FAUG’s hand-to-hand battle with an idea would be to simulate the Galwan Valley battle.
In an interview with The Mako Reactor, Vishal Gondal clearly said, “And at the Galwan Valley manner, it is a single-player in addition to a cooperative multiplayer since I think nobody would want to choose the side of the enemies. So the idea is truly about you experiencing what occurred in Galwan Valley.”
Gameplay and Graphics:
The graphics of this game don’t seem top-notch from the FAUG official preview, as mentioned before by the programmer, FAU-G will have brawler gameplay mechanics with the use of melee weapons. It’s allegedly a third-person shooter game but the trailer doesn’t reveal the gameplay or weapons utilized as it’s a cinematic trailer.
India’s game developer company nCore matches’ co-founder Vishal Gondal claimed that the sport will compete with other global games like PUBG. “There is a belief that Indian game developers can not create decent quality matches, at nCore we wish to demonstrate that mindset incorrectly and bring out games that can compete with international games,” Gondal said. “Our team of programmers is highly competent and capable of creating games as great as PUBG or some other international games.”
There are a number of fake FAUG trailers floating about on YouTube and this is the only real visual teaser we’ve got for today. The game will start on both iOS and Android. It will have microtransactions also. We’re eagerly awaiting the launch of the game, so we are able to provide you with a review soon. Stay tuned for more info.