The FAUG are late dispatched in India on 26th January 2021, India’s 72nd Republic Day. The game has been promoted as PUBG’s rival, and it gathered 4 million pre-enlistments. In any case, following the dispatch, this new game has declined its rating on Google Play Store. The latest rating of FAUG on Google Play Store is 3.3 beginnings.
There are numerous FAUG surveys by the players on Google Play Store, which are not favourable. One of the clients composed –
It’s a less than ideal endeavour by Indian gaming designers. I trust we can improve this game. I found the accompanying downsides which need improvement. 1. The ongoing interaction is delayed with ridiculous designated spots. 2. The controls are less delicate. 3. The camera points in battling arrangement should be comprehensive. 4. The critique during the activity arrangement is dreary and gets exhausting and irritating. 5. The development of the character is limited, particularly during battling succession. Best of luck.”
The FAU-G game was reported around 4 months back. Its pre-enlistment began in November a year ago. Around 10 lakh individuals had enrolled inside 24 hours of pre-enlistment of the game. The explanation behind the quick ruin of FAUG rating on Play Store is supposed to be PUBG darlings. As indicated by some media reports, the game’s evaluating was 4.5 stars after dispatch. Now, the general rating has dropped altogether because of the abruptly 1-star rating. Another player composed on Play Store –
“At the point when we start the game, the foundation sounds and the story line come out great and the designs are done well as well. What is needed regarding a prompt update is a fair affectability of the controls, more alternatives for choice of weapons, utilization, reinforcement, battling styles and so forth There are times when we wish that we had minimal more than this in any event, for a more modest game.”
Bangalore-based Ncore Games plan the FAU-G game. FAUG, PUBG rival is required to think of more updates and gaming climate. It goes under a Make in India activity. Entertainer Akshay Kumar said about 20% of the profit from this game would go to India’s Veer Trust. Vishal Gondal, the CEO and Co-author of FAUG Mobile India, said in an explanation about how FAUG is unique concerning PUBG –
“FAU-G is striving to depict the existence of an Indian Soldier and how faujis are battling for us on the line. On the off chance that you need a gander at the class of activity games, they follow a subject. I consider on the off chance that we need to create a game from India, we want to put together it with regard to Indian subjects, and in the event that you see Indian issues, we as a whole saw Galwan Valley also what occurred.”