FAU-G game launch timeline, teaser trailer officially revealed

FAU-G game launch timeline has been officially revealed by Bangalore-based publisher nCore Games. The publisher also revealed a short FAU-G game trailer.

Highlights
  • FAU-G game launch will take place in November
  • nCore Games has released a teaser trailer
  • FAU-G is an action game with a level in the Galwan Valley

FAU-G game release date is yet to be revealed but Bangalore-based publisher nCore Games has finally officially revealed the launch timeline through its Twitter account on Sunday. FAU-G, which is short for Fearless and United Guards, will launch in November, though an exact date is yet to be announced. The company posted a short 1-minute teaser video, showing off the graphics and brawler gameplay of FAU-G. The game was first announced back in September, just a few days after the PUBG Mobile ban in India, and was reported to release in October-end, but it now seems we will have to wait a few more weeks for the release.

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FAU-G game release date and teaser trailer

nCore Games has revealed that FAU-G game launch will take place in November. The short teaser trailer shows the game set in Galwan Valley. Last month, nCore Games’ co-founder Vishal Gondal revealed in an interview that FAU-G will not have a battle royale mode at launch. It will be a third-person brawler and will not have any guns to keep the experience authentic. The brawler gameplay was teased in the trailer as were the graphics, which has received a fair bit of criticism.

The announcement of FAU-G soon after the ban on PUBG Mobile was seen as an opportunistic move to capitalise on the market. However, Gondal said that the game was in development months before the ban on PUBG Mobile. The nCore Games co-founder also said that FAU-G is not a PUBG Mobile clone. While the upcoming game will not have a battle royale mode at launch, the developers plan to add the mode later on. Initially, FAU-G will be a third-party action game with a level on the Galwan Valley, which will offer a single-player as well as a cooperative multiplayer option.