Akshay Kumar had announced the multiplayer game back in September

The mobile game FAU-G has managed to clock over 1 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store within three days of opening the registration window, nCore Games, the company behind the game, announced.

Fearless And United Guards or FAU-G was marketed as the Indian alternative to PUBG mobile game which is banned in the country. Bollywood star Akshay Kumar had announced the multiplayer game back in September.


Developed by Bengaluru-based nCore Games, FAU-G is yet to come out with a concrete launch date but people are looking forward to the action game as reflected by the pre-registration numbers.

On Wednesday, the official Twitter handle of nCore Games shared the news of the pre-registration success. The caption read: “Thank you for a fantastic response! Highest number of pre-registrations in India in less than 24 hours!
1+ million and counting…”


On November 30, they had announced that they were beginning the pre-registrations on the pious occasion of Gurpurab.


FAU-G has not yet arrived on Apple App Store. The developers are primarily aiming for an Android-only release for now. The benefit of getting pre-registered is that players will be getting a push notification on their devices when the game is available for download. Some eligible smartphones can also get it automatically downloaded and installed.

Reports had suggested that the game’s first level is going to be set in the backdrop of Galwan Valley. FAU-G is expected to be based on the real-life scenarios encountered by the Indian defence forces.

Also Read: Akshay Kumar announces desi PUBG rival ‘FAU-G’

Interested gamers can pre-register for the game by visiting the link given here.

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