Two months after launching on Android, FAU-G is now available on iOS. iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch can now download and play. The game is around 600MB in size, and it is compatible with devices running iOS 10.0 or later, and iPadOS 10.0 or later.
FAU-G is free to play on Android and iOS but it does have in-app purchases for coins that start at ₹89 and go up to ₹3,599. FAU-G has a storyline theme, and it currently has only one short campaign titled ‘Tales from The Galwan Valley’. Here, players have to fight enemies and cover all the checkpoints within the allotted time. The game has been confirmed to get Team Deathmatch mode and a Free for All mode soon.
In Team Deathmatch mode, players will be able to team up with friends and take part in battles as a squad. It will have two teams with five players each and there could be a new map for players to face-off on.
FAU-G which stands for “Fearless and United Guards” has been developed by Bengaluru-basedthat is owned by Vishal Gondal who also heads GOQII. Touted as the PUBG Mobile India alternative, FAU-G quickly rose to fame by becoming the top free mobile game on the Google Play Store within just two days of its launch. nCore Games also said that FAU-G garnered five million downloads in the first 24 hours of its launch. The game is also endorsed by popular Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.