New Delhi: The much-waited game ‘FAU-G’ was launched in India on the occasion of Republic Day. Ahead of the release, the game was being hyped as India’s answer to internationally popular battle royale ‘PUBG’ which had been banned in India. ALSO READ | Who’s Andy Jassy? A Harvard Alumni, Sports Enthusiast To Take Over As Amazon’s Next CEO
Fearless and United Guards (FAU-G), the action game promoted by popular Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar, was seen as a game that would directly compete with PUBG even though makers clarified that it would be similar to the latter and have its own design.
So over a week after the release what do Indian users have to say about the game? Here are some of the comments that reveal the answer:
Looking at the responses it is pretty evident that the game is garnering mixed reviews – a fact that is also reflecting in its 3-star rating on Play Store. Gamers have provided several suggestions to be included for the developers. In any case, expecting it to compete with PUBG was not a just comparison to begin with and hopefully, the feedback will be used to improve the gameplay experience so that it can get better responses, reviews and ratings.
FAU-G is only available on the Play Store at this point and will be soon rolled out for Apple users on iOS.
On a positive note for the game, it continues to rank second in the ‘action’ category of free apps on the Play Store so with upcoming updates it can hopefully meet the expectations of Indian gamers.