In an official tweet, developer nCore Games announced that on 26 January 2021, FAU-G will be launched in India. To tease the game, the company is known to choose auspicious days. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who has been actively promoting the game since news that something like it was in production broke coverage, also shared the confirmation. On Android, FAU-G is currently available for pre-registration.
In October, the first teaser was released for FAU-G. It seemed that the game was based on the India-China standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on the basis of the one-minute clip shared by its developers, or at least, it would have a degree loosely inspired by the Indian and Chinese armies’ Galwan Valley clashes.
Originally, nCore Games expected to release the game in October, but that did not happen. The company then tweeted that, without offering an exact date, FAU-G would be released in November. It came in response to the ban in India back in September of 118 Chinese apps, which included the highly successful PUBG Mobile. Gondal, at the time, said the game had been in production for a few months. It plans to cross the 20 crore-users mark within a year.