FAU: G will not have a battle royale mode at launch, but it will get the mode eventually after some updatesBy Focalmart Team
- FAU: G game will not have a battle royale like PUBG Mobile at launch in October-end
- The battle royale mode will be available after some updates
- the company clarifies that FAU: G is not a PUBG Mobile clone
FAU: G (Fearless And United: Guards) is that the latest made-in India mobile action game that was announced last week. the sport comes from Bangalore-based publisher nCore Games. FAU: G is reportedly releasing in October-end and there are rumors and speculations that the sport will have a battle royale mode kind of like PUBG Mobile. After all, the sport was announced soon after the ban on PUBG Mobile. The names also sound similar. However, Vishal Gondal, Founder, and Chairman at Ncore Games told The Mako Reactor in an interview that FAU: G won’t have a battle royale mode at launch and isn’t a PUBG clone.
When asked whether FAU-G could be a third-person action title or will it have battle royale mode, Godal, said, “So, the easy answer is that the sport will have both modes.” Meaning, the battle royale mode won’t be available at launch but is going to be added later through an update. “Much like other games, we are going to first launch and update, we’ll see the feedback, we are going to see how the monetization is functioning, how the shoppers are reacting. Live ops aren’t about launching and deciding to launch all the five hundred features someday. there’ll be something launched on day one. If you solicit from me, what is going to the sport be like in six to 12 months after launch? it’ll certainly be both modes,” Vishal told The Mako Reactor.
At launch, FAU: G will have the Galwan Valley level, which can offer a single-player yet as a cooperative multiplayer option. Vishal says the concept of the sport is de facto about “users experiencing what happened in Galwan Valley.” Furthermore, he also clarified that FAU: G won’t be a clone to PUBG Mobile because it focusses on the Galwan Valley issue and also the experiences behind it. “PUBG isn’t the relevancy build anything,” added Gondal.
Sticking faithfully the bilateral agreement between India and China in 1996 that don’t allow guns in combat in this region, FAU: G will launch as a third-person brawler. “We want to be faithful to the topic so is what we try. to begin with, we’re going with third-person because therewith we will provide a really immersive experience, first-person doesn’t really work with brawler gameplay,” said Ganesh Hande. FAU: G’s core gameplay is all about how you experience the brawler mechanics with melee weapons. Users also get to explore through guided maps where they’re going to be facing enemy camps and bear them with skills and melee weapons. you’ll read the total interview Gondal here.