FAUG Team Deathmatch (TDM) mode beta release now available for download, here’s how

FAUG Team Deathmatch (TDM) beta release now available for download, but only a limited number of slots are available.

FAUG Team Deathmatch (TDM) is finally available as a beta release. Developer nCORE Games had earlier promised the beta version would be available on June 21st, but they missed the date. On Sunday, nCORE Games posted a tweet announcing that FAUG TDM mode beta release is now available for download, although there are only limited slots available. This means you will need to download the early access version soon if you want a chance to try it out before the official release. Here’s what you need to know about FAUG TDM mode beta release.

FAUG TDM mode beta version now available

nCORE Games tweeted that FAUG Team Deathmatch Mode is now available as a beta release with limited slots. To download the early access version, you need to head over to this link and download from Google Play Store. TDM mode is a multiplayer mode that is different from the main story version that was launched a while back. In Team Deathmatch, you will team up with online players or your friends and battle with other players in a 5v5 battle.

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FAUG TDM mode brings new weapons and a new map

FAUG TDM mode will introduce guns and other new weapons for the first time. There will also be a new TDM map, called Bazaar, which is a suburban environment. The map has “ample cover and vantage points to take that defining shot and cement your victory,” the description reads on Google Play Store.

FAUG TDM mode has been expected for a while now. The game was launched a few months ago with just the Campaign mode available. The Campaign mode only allowed players to use melee weapons to fight the enemy. Team Deathmatch finally opens multiplayer and introduces guns, bombs, and more weapons. The TDM mode release comes around the same time Krafton released Battlegrounds Mobile India early access. With the PUBG Mobile rebrand threatening to take away FAUG’s userbase, nCORE Games may have just bought itself some more time. However, the success of TDM mode will depend on just how well it performs in terms of graphics, gameplay, and excitement.