FAU-G brings multiplayer Team Deathmatch mode, new map with new weapons


FAU-G has finally got the Team Deathmatch mode, though it’ll be played through a separate game, which means you’ll need to install a separate app to play this mode. Actor Akshay Kumar shared its availability on Twitter and also revealed that Team Deathmatch Mode (TDM) is currently in beta and has limited slots available for testing. FAU-G is developed by Bangalore-based studio nCore Games and was announced in September last year after PUBG Mobile was banned in the country. At that time it was believed to be a competitor to PUBG Mobile, but the developers later clarified that it is not.

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar and nCore Games founder Vishal Gondal had announced FAU-G in September last year and the game has been widely appreciated. delay after this year Released on 26 January it was done. At launch, ‘Free for All’ and 5v5 ‘Team Deathmatch’ modes were added to the game menu with the Coming Soon label. Now, Akshay Kumar’s Tweet As of now, the 5v5 ‘Team Deathmatch’ mode is live in the closed beta. But, it is available on Google Play as a separate app named FAU-G: Multiplayer (Early Access). Currently, there are limited slots available for testing.

As of now, FAU-G: Multiplayer is only available on Google Play and there is currently no closed beta for iOS users. It brings the 5v5 team deathmatch mode to a new map named Bazaar. According to the information given on Google Play, it will have many weapons to choose from and it will be a fast-paced game. There will be a team of 5 players, weapons will be inspired from the real world.

The original FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards game still features Team Deathmatch and Free for All modes as Coming Soon and it is unclear whether the multiplayer mode will continue to be part of a separate app or come within the original FAU-G game. Will go

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