After the ban of Chinese app including the popular PUBG, actor Akshay Kumar unveiled the alternative Made-In-India Version of PUBG named, FAU-G, short form for Fearless and United-Guards. The makers of the game have also pledged to donate 20 per cent of its revenue to the government's fund for paramilitary forces called Bharat Ke Veer set up after the 2019 Pulwama terror attack. Well, as the Indianised version of the game has gained a lot of buzz, recently, Akshay took to his Instagram account and shared the first anthem of FAU-G which looks pretty intriguing. Along with the graphics and the plot, the anthem will instantly hit patriotism in you.
It shows the war at LAC – Line of Actual Control, where Bharat Ke Veer are fighting for their motherland. Sharing the video on his page, Akshay said that Bharat Ke Veer will always stand all in any circumstances. He backed it with, “FAU-G Anthem Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border...these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem” After seeing the first visuals, fans are pretty taken aback with the video and are eagerly waiting for the game to release. A fan even wrote, “After seeing this i can say that FauG will Beats Pubg definetly..” while one called, “PUB-G KA Baap FAU-G”
Earlier, the game was trolled and criticized by the game lovers for making a rip-off of PUBG, however, Vishal Gondal, the co-founder of nCore said they are not trying to mimic it. "The game (Fau-G) is not trying to copy or mimic PUBG. The name of the game is attributed to @akshaykumar & he was the one who came up with the association of Bharat ke Veer," he said. Vishal even said that the motive behind FAU-G is to give the Indian gamers the feel and experience of a real soldier and battleground.
Image source: Instagram/ akshaykumar/ SpotboyE archives
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