The much-awaited FAU-G game has been launched by nCore Games in India and here we review the game to see if it is worth a shot. FAU-G has been downloaded over 5M times since its release.
FAU-G is a Made-in-India action game developed by nCore games.FAU-G is one of India’s most hyped up games, and for good reason. The Made-in-India game is an action title that revolves around real-life events that took place on Indian borders.
The game has been released on the Play Store and is available to download and play on Android devices running Android 8.0 and above.
The game weighs in at around 500Mb and is based in Galwan Valley and brings to life the thrill and adrenaline of a life spent guarding India’s borders.
You have to Fight for survival against the unforgiving terrain and the implacable enemy and fill the shoes of a patriotic soldier and experience the bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice of the men guarding the country’s borders.
FAU-G Game Is Fully Designed With Indian Look and Set of Design, Specially Its not have the same look or design like PUB-G. It’s Purely Indian Origin Oriented and the gameplay justify the story and is it fun to play.
FAU-G Game User Interface :-
Unlike popular belief, FAU-G is as of now, a close-combat game. Most of the action is fist punches and kicks and handcrafted weapons that get their own names like ‘Lalkaar’, or ‘Tandav’. This immediately sets it apart from PUBG and other action titles, which have a larger emphasis on shooting.
As players progress through the game, they will see cutscenes that feel very sudden and random at times. The animated cutscenes, often long, can be skipped, however. Even when there are no cutscenes, players will hear their avatar say motivational quotes like “Apne bhaiyo ko bachana mera farz hai,” which are nice in the beginning but begin to feel unnecessary soon after.
Certain checkpoints feature bonfires where you can sit for a few seconds and regenerate lost health. However, since the checkpoints are linear, it is also possible to travel to an earlier bonfire checkpoint to renew health. This workaround lets you progress into every new checkpoint with a full health bar, irrespective of whether the last checkpoint had a bonfire or not.
The graphics of the game are, however, impressive for a title that is less than half a gigabyte in download size. We tried the game in the highest possible graphic settings available on Android.
While 5 guards came running at me and I continued moving backwards with the D-Pad, the 3 guards at the last went away while only 2 kept fighting with me. There’s a lot of room for improvement with respect to these gameplay traits.
As per the information inside the game, the developers will also soon be bringing Free-to-play and 5v5 Team Deathmatch modes that should be more fun to play modes.
This often left us with a feeling that the game is getting repetitive as it progresses. Once the hand-held weapons are introduced, there is nothing new to try out.
FAU-G features a rather simple linear narrative where you follow a path from checkpoint to checkpoint and deal with enemies who get in the way. Gameplay is restricted to just three elements for now – movement, strike and defend. There is no jumping, no weapons you can throw
The FAU-G experience for us has been a mixed bag. Great at graphics and fluidity, the game is let down by its poor combat implementation and uninspiring, unchanging gameplay style. Throughout our experience, the game often felt incomplete, repetitive and simply put, boring.
While we wouldn’t exactly call the game half-baked, we would strongly say that FAU-G needs more focus and polish on actual combat, before it can be enjoyable for people beyond the first 30 minutes or so.