Bollywood star Akshay Kumar on Friday introduced a multi-player game titled ‘FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards’ that can help Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ motion. The game goals to present an Indian alternative to PUBG Mobile that has been just lately banned in India together with 117 extra apps. “Supporting PM @narendramodi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game, Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust #FAUG,” Akshay Kumar stated in an Instagram submit.
The new PUBG alternative has been introduced by the developer nCore Games and might be developed beneath the mentorship of Kumar.
The game is predicted to primarily based on actual eventualities encountered by the Indian safety forces to take care of each home and international threats and will probably be accessible on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
The authorities banned the multiplayer motion game PUBG on September 2 and it has been pulled out from each Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India following the directive from the Indian authorities.
PUBG was banned on an order by the Ministry of Information and Technology (MeitY), which additionally banned 117 different standard apps from China over nationwide safety considerations.
In June, 59 apps had been banned, together with TikTok, and one other 47 apps had been suspended in July.
The PUBG game, which has greater than 600 million downloads and 50 million energetic gamers globally, has hundreds of thousands of customers, particularly younger, in India.
PUBG Mobile noticed a world income acquire of $1.three billion (roughly Rs 9,731 crore) within the first half of this 12 months, bringing its lifetime assortment to $three billion (practically Rs 22,457 crore) with the very best variety of downloads in India which ranks on the prime with 175 million installs as individuals stayed residence owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns.