The lives of PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) gamers have been quite tragic since the Indian government took the decision of banning the app in India along with 117 other Chinese apps citing the reason of national security. However, there is good news for the game lovers as FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards, a multi-player game is ready to get released on the Indian Republic Day which falls on January 26.
— nCORE Games (@nCore_games) January 3, 2021
This game will not only provide an alternative to PUBG but also further strengthen the Atmanirbhar movement of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has categorically emphasized on being vocal for local. FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards is being developed by the nCore Games under the mentorship of Khiladi of Bollywood, Akshay Kumar. The game is set to be based on the real-life scenarios faced by the Indian forces and how they deal with those who were a threat to the peace of the nation. The game lovers will be able to download it from Google Play Store and Apple App Store as well.
Akshay Kumar took to the micro-blogging site Twitter and released the anthem of FAU-G with the caption, “Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border…these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem” with a lion emoji.
Whether it’s a problem within the country or at the border…these Bharat Ke Veer always stand tall. They are our Fearless And United Guards, our FAU-G! Witness the anthem 🦁
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 3, 2021
As soon as Akshay Kumar launched the anthem, the Indian Twitterati started responding with memes and here are some of the selected reactions:
— Omkar Suresh Bharati (@Omkarbcw) January 3, 2021
— Anurag 🤟 (@memesbyanurag) January 3, 2021
*#FAUG is all set to Release*
Indian parents:- *After knowing it* pic.twitter.com/wquWBOvCzi
— Sarcasto (@Sarco69) January 3, 2021
— Kaagaz Scanner ( कागज़ स्कैनर ) (@KaagazS) January 3, 2021
#FAUG releasing on 26th jan
— sʜɪᴠᴜ ♡ //Sakshi Stan (@Shivu_Memes) January 3, 2021
— Waghmare Sanghajyothi (@sanghajyothi) January 3, 2021
— Shahnawaz Khan (@Beshahnawazkhan) January 3, 2021
— Kuch bhi (@kuchbhiJ3) January 3, 2021
Many PUBG streamer already register for #FAUG
Meanwhile PUBG-owner to Faug pic.twitter.com/ITRLMDZftq
— Rehaan 🔰 (@sarcastiqlonda) January 3, 2021
#FAUG is all set to release
— 𝓓𝓲𝓼𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓽 𝓟𝓪𝓽𝓮𝓵 (@_Dptweets7) January 3, 2021
— Ravikant Sharma (@RKxmemes) January 3, 2021
— Abhinav Kamboj (@kavinav21) January 3, 2021
— Shaker RK 🎸 (@JordanJJ4short) January 3, 2021
— Gagan (@gaganps_) January 3, 2021
#FAUG coming soon
PUBG owner be like : pic.twitter.com/mRKY4q1gnE
— Kaala Khoon (@KaalaKhoon) January 3, 2021
Meanwhile PUBG players: pic.twitter.com/LiE3LKQomO
— Mr_sarfaraz (@Sarfaraz7772) January 3, 2021
#FAUG is coming up!!
No one Indian parents: pic.twitter.com/YGojdXt1Gz
— Kumar🍁 (@Rkmrraz) January 3, 2021
— 👷𝚃𝚑𝚎 𝚖𝚒𝚜𝚝𝚛𝚒 𝚖𝚊𝚗👷👉🏗️ (@Er_jaSsHbharti) January 3, 2021
— A K i B (@akibaliii) January 3, 2021
— Naresh kumar Dangi (@im_NK_Dangi) January 3, 2021
PUBG was banned on September 2 and one of the important reasons for the step taken by the Indian government was the rising tension between India and China. After the Galvan Valley clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred, the Indian government came very heavily on many Chinese apps which were very popular among the Indians and PUBG was one of them. The Chinese government remained mum on the matter of the casualties on their side but as per the unofficial sources, around 40 Chinese soldiers lost their lives in this clash.
Will you play FAU-G?