FAU-G has received an Independence Day update, which includes a new free-for-all mode in Team Deathmatch. It also adds a new operator and fixes other bugs to the game. Following the ban on PUBG Mobile in India, the game was announced in September 2020. Bangalore-based studio nCore Games developed the game and began as a single-player campaign before expanding into a multiplayer game featuring two modes under Team Deathmatch. In addition, the game’s tracks have been made public by the creator.
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After many delays since its announcement in September 2020, FAU-G, which stands for Fearless and United Guards, launched on January 26 this year. The game initially only had a single-player campaign, which felt tedious and underwhelming.
Then, in June, developer nCore Games introduced a 5v5 Team Deathmatch mode to the game; though it was only accessible via a different app – FAU-G: Multiplayer (Early Access) on Google Play. This app now adds a new free-for-all mode in which 10 players compete against each other and the player with the most kills at the end wins.
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FAU-G Finally Brings Team Deathmatch Mode
As the developer informed on Twitter, the free-for-all Team Deathmatch mode in FAU-G can also be called a 1v9 mode. Aside from the new mode, the update introduces a new operator named Dhillon, who can be selected at the start of a match. FAU-G receives bug fixes based on user feedback, and because the game is still in early access, the developer has added more slots so that more people can test it out.
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In addition, the six in-game tracks have are now available to the public on YouTube via nCore Games’ official channel. Composed by Saar Singhal, they are a part of the FAU-G OST playlist.