FAU-G has bought an Independence Day replace that provides a brand new free-for-all mode in Group Deathmatch. It additionally brings a brand new operator and a few bug fixes to the sport. The sport was introduced again in September 2020 after the ban on PUBG Cellular in India. It has been developed by Bangalore based mostly studio nCore Video games and initially provided a single participant marketing campaign however then expanded right into a multiplayer sport with two modes beneath Group Deathmatch. Moreover, the developer has made the sport’s tracks out there to the general public.
FAU-G, which stands for Fearless and United Guards, launched on January 26 this 12 months after numerous delays since its announcement in September 2020. The sport initially had a single participant marketing campaign solely that felt repetitive and lacklustre. Then in June, developer nCore Video games added 5v5 Group Deathmatch mode to the sport, though it was by a separate app known as FAU-G: Multiplayer (Early Entry) on Google Play. This app has now bought a brand new free-for-all mode the place 10 gamers struggle in opposition to one another and whoever has the very best variety of kills on the finish wins.
This free-for-all Group Deathmatch mode in FAU-G may also be known as a 1v9 mode, as introduced by the developer on Twitter.
In addition to the brand new mode, the replace provides a brand new operator named Dhillon who you possibly can select in the beginning of a match. FAU-G will get some bug fixes based mostly on the group’s suggestions and because the sport is in early entry, the developer has added extra slots in order that extra gamers can now bounce onboard to attempt it out.
Moreover, the six in-game tracks have been launched to the general public on YouTube on nCore Video games’ official channel. They’re a part of a playlist known as FAU-G OST and have been composed by Saar Singhal.