The launch of FAU-G is just a few days away and the excitement over the launch is quite palpable. In fact, Vishal Gondal has stated that the game already has over 4 million pre-registrations. That being said, there are a lot of unknowns when it comes to the game. Most notably, what sort of story players can expect. Here's what we have been able to piece together so far.
We already know that the game will not offer a battle royale experience like PUBG Mobile. Rather, the game will instead aim to focus on the exploits of the Indian Army in various theatres of battle. However, the only level confirmed as of now is the Galwan valley level which is based on the clash that happened between the Indian and Chinese forces in the Galwan Valley. It should be noted that the forces on both sides are not allowed to use firearms in the region, which is why reports say the clash saw the use of improvised weapons like clubs. The game is trying to emulate the same, which is why there seems to be an increased focus on melee combat that we see in the trailers.
Well, that’s pretty much all that we know for now. It’s not yet known if there will be other levels to play, or if the Galwan Valley section will stretch over multiple sections. What we do know is that nCore Games plans to add new missions, levels and even weapons. However, we don’t yet know what all levels will be added to the game. Maybe in the future we’ll see levels based on Kargil, Operation Vijay and more.
To know about the game's in-app transactions, click here.
Digit caters to the largest community of tech buyers, users and enthusiasts in India. The all new Digit in continues the legacy of Thinkdigit.com as one of the largest portals in India committed to technology users and buyers. Digit is also one of the most trusted names when it comes to technology reviews and buying advice and is home to the Digit Test Lab, India's most proficient center for testing and reviewing technology products.
We are about leadership — the 9.9 kind Building a leading media company out of India. And, grooming new leaders for this promising industry