After the Indian Government bans PUBG Mobile in the country, a new game was announced to rival it. The nCore Games announced on Friday that they are all set to launch a new Indain version of PUBG Mobile called as FAU-G which stands for Fearless and United Guards.
The game is based on the story of Indian soldiers and will help youth to know the sacrifices made by them. It is being developed under the mentorship of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.
But as soon as he announced the game over this social media handles and revealed the poster, the game received a lot of heat from the netizens. People pointed out that the poster of the game is straight away copied from a googled image.
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People accused the game to be a rip off version of PUBG trying to copy but failed miserably. Many slammed the actor for presenting a copy of the game PUBG in the form of FAU-G.
With that, Times now got in touch with Vishal Gondal, the co-founder of nCore who said that it is not a rip off of PUBG. He mentioned that the name of the game was attributed to Akshay Kumar. Also he said that Akshay himself attributed the game to Bharat Ke Veer.
The co-founder of nCore Games Vishal Gondal stated that “The game (Fau-G) is not trying to copy or mimic PUBG”, according to Times of India. He also added that “The name of the game is attributed to Akshay Kumar and he was the one who came up with the association of Bharat ke Veer.”
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