FAU-G is all set to launch in India on January 26, the company announced the release date last week. Ahead of the official release, Vishal Gondal, founder of nCore Games, developer of FAU-G, confirmed to BGR.in in an exclusive telephonic interview that there will be a liter version of the game as well, if users feel the need of it.
Gondal said, “we will first wait for the feedback from our users on the first version of FAU-G and then if required release a liter version of the game in the near future.” He didn’t confirm any timeline for the release.
The nCore Games founder confirmed that the FAU-G action game set to launch later this month will mainly target the mid and high-end smartphone segment. Based on the feedback from users, developers will release a liter version of the game in the near future for budget or entry-level smartphones. Gondal highlighted that the first version of the FAU-G game will revolve mostly around the story than the game play.
The first episode of FAU-G game will be around the Galwan Valley episode between the Indian and Chinese army. He didn’t reveal details of the next versions of the game and said that developers are currently focusing on improvising the first version of the game.
The company will release the first version of the game on January 26 later followed by other versions with more and more game modes, battle royale features and more. “FAU-G is not going to be like PUBG Mobile or any of the existing battle royale games. We are working on many gaming modes and also battle royale game features, which will be released in the next six to eight months through an OTA update,” Gondal highlighted.
Time and again Gondal has highlighted that FAU-G isn’t a competitor of PUBG Mobile, which is currently banned in India due to privacy and security reasons. The government of India banned the battle royale game in the country last year alongside hundreds of other Chinese applications in the country. PUBG Corporation is working hard to bring the game back to India as PUBG Mobile India but there seems to have been some delay in the re-launch of the game.
Initially, the FAU-G game will be released on Google Play Store later followed by App Store. This means, during the launch the action game will be available only for Android users. The game has been available for pre-registrations for a few weeks now and Gondal claims that five to seven million users (approx) have shown interest for the action game so far.
While gaming enthusiasts call FAU-G to be India’s answer to PUBG Mobile, Gondal said he is serving a different product. “We are not a clone of any game and have an identity of our own. We are serving a different product.”
Gondal also revealed that for FAU-G, user data security is crucial. “Data of all users will be stored on servers based within India and there’s no compromise on that bit,” he added.