Leave your worry on PUBG Ban! Actor Akshay Kumar presents Indian-made 'FAU:G'!

As an antidote for the worry endured by millions of the gamers in India as the sequel of the ban of PUBG in the country, the Indian based mobile gaming startup has now come up with the similar battleground with the ingredients of letting the players know the real threats faced by the Indian Security Forces. 

The development has come two days after the Indian government has banned the popular gaming app PUBG and other 117 Chinese apps from the country under the grounds that these applications are prejudicial for the integrity and security of the country. As PUBG is out, the gamers have been looking for similar battlegrounds available in the country and some had pushed their call for 'Make in India' games. 

To fill up the vacuum, Bangalore-based nCore Games has announced that it will be launching the new multiplayer mid-core game soon. Named as 'Fearless and United: Guards' (FAU: G), the gaming company said that the game would be based on real scenarios of domestic and foreign threats encountered by the Indian Security Forces. 

Bollywood megastar Akshay Kumar has, on Friday, presented the game and said that the launch of the game would be supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Atma Nirbhar movement and the 20% of the revenue generated by the game will be donated to Bharat Ke Veer trust. 

Taking to Twitter, the actor said, "Supporting PM @narendramodi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game, Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust". 


The actor further stated in the media statement that gaming has been becoming an important sphere of entertainment for youngsters in the country and the actor added that people will learn about the sacrifices of the Indian soldiers when they play the game. According to the reports, the game is expected to get launched at the end of October and the game will be available on both iOS and Android. 

The reports stated that Bharat Ke Veer trust has been implemented by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to support the families of the martyrs of the Indian Armed forces. In the final phase of the launch, the battleground will replicate the real fight of the Indian security forces, and the first level set would be the backdrop of Galwan valley, which has been witnessing unprecedented border disputes.