FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards game has finally been launched for Android users only initially. The game was launched on the same day the country celebrated its 72nd Republic Day. FAU-G, which aims to be the first full-blown action game from India, has only been launched for Android initially, with the iPhone rollout date unknown as of now. FAU-G has been made available for download on the Google Play Store and will work with Android phones running on Android 8.0 or higher.
FAU-G, initially planned to launch in October 2020, was first listed on the Google Play Store in November, when the pre-registrations for the game had started off. Less than a week ahead of the launch, makers of FAU-G had said that the game had reached more than 4 million pre-registrations on the Googe Play Store.
FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards is available to download on Google Play Store and the download file is slightly more than 430MB in size. The game, when downloaded, takes up a total of 622MB on your smartphone. The game is based around the Indian Armed Forces, with the first mission being set in the Galwan Valley clash that took place in June last year.
Currently, FAU-G only has a campaign mode live, with the game showing that a Team Deathmatch and a Free For All online modes are coming soon.
The campaign mode for FAU-G starts with an animated monologue from Lt Singh, who narrates the events of the Galwan Valley clash of June 15, when Indian soldiers were caught off guard by Chinese forces on the Galwan Valley border, followed by a landslide which kills Lt Singh's two team-mates. The game's story picks on from that clash and is a tale of how Lt Singh infiltrates the Chinese camps in order to look for his teammates.