Akshay Kumar Announces FAU-G, An Indian Alternative To PUBG Mobile | Public Reaction

In line with PM Narendra Modi’s vision of “Atmanbir Bharat”, 52-year-old Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Friday announced the launch of a multiplayer action-game, FAU-G. He told, this game will also give information about the sacrifice of the country’s soldiers.

Let us tell you that the Center had banned 118 Chinese apps, among with PUBG, on 2 September and according to the Center, these apps threaten India’s security.

“Supporting PM Narendra Modi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game, Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G,” actor tweeted.

“Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to BharatKeVeer Trust,” he further added.

In fact, PUBG was extremely popular in India and it is notable that the FAU-G game is being launched when PUBG is banned.

As reported by Sensor Tower, The Newsters found, PUBG has more than 175 million installations from India alone, accounting for 24% of total installations worldwide. Estimates clearly indicate that India is a huge market for multiplayer Battle Royal games.

Following the clash of Indo-Chinese troops in Galwan, the Center has banned 59 Chinese apps among with Tik-Tok on June 29; 47 apps on July 27 and 118 apps on September 2.

However, PUBG PC and PUBG consoles are still legal in the country. As these versions are developed by PUBG Corporation, owned by BlueHole, which is in South Korea.

After the announcement of Akshay Kumar, people have reacted differently to FAU-G on social media. Here they are-

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