New Delhi. nCore Games has finally started rolling out the Deathmatch mode to the FAU-G game after almost four months. Gaming Mode is still in beta form, and the company says it is waiting for player feedback for improvements. The new announcement was made by nCore Games and FAU-G’s brand ambassador Akshay Kumar via Twitter. Launched earlier this year with a single campaign mode, the title will be expected to gain popularity among fans who are eagerly awaiting the return of Battleground Mobile India, the new avatar of PUBG. Deathmatch mode will enable users to create a team of up to five members, though we haven’t tried the new upgrade yet. Generally, the primary objective of a deathmatch is to fight as many players as possible in the game, while protecting themselves.
The FAU-G landed on the App Store in March, nearly two months after launch
Notably, FAU-G also landed on the App Store in March, almost two months after its launch. The game size is 643MB and requires iOS 10.0 or later for iPhone users and iPadOS 10.0 or later for those downloading the game on their iPad. Like Android, it is free-to-play with in-app purchases ranging from Rs 89 to Rs 3,599 on iOS. As mentioned, the company says that it will expect to expand its user base with the latest mods. We found the FAU-G’s graphics to be quite sharp during our initial review, but the fight scenes looked a bit dull after a while. The lack of gaming modes in the game also made it less exciting.
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pubg has also been launched recently
Meanwhile, FAU-G’s rival Battlegrounds Mobile India is available in beta form for select customers in India. The new PUBG avatar brings noticeable changes like green blood splatter to limit violence. Overall, it appears to be the same as the original PUBG, which has been banned in India since September 2020.