PUBG Mobile India vs FAU-G Release date, teasers and Gameplay

Till now the release date of PUBG Mobile India is not announced but operators describe full details about it. They revealed how it will be different from FAU-G.

  1. PUBG Mobile India release date is yet to be announced
  2. FAU-G launch is expected in November
  3. FAU-G is reportedly not a PUBG Mobile clone

Being banned again in September, PUBG mobile India launch was announced earlier this month. On the other hand, Bangalore based publisher nCore games announced the FAU-G launch at the same time. But this game isn’t running yet to the country.PUBG mobile India preregistration has already begun and the Operators explained details about this gameplay. Besides PUBG the FAU-G is getting ready to be launched soon. The developers have already described the gameplay details and more. FAU-G is like PUBG but the nCore Games’ co-founder Vishal Gondal said,” FAU-G is not a PUBG clone”

PUBG Mobile India vs FAU-G – Release date

The expected release date of PUBG Mobile India is before the end of 2021. But PUBG authority is yet to announce a release date.PUBG company has confirmed that the game will be released ‘specifically made for the Indian market’ soon. Whereas the FAU-G expected release date is in this month. Per the teaser shared by the company last month, the game is all set to roll out in November. But there hasn’t been any official launch date yet.

PUBG Mobile India vs FAU-G – Teasers

Indicating to come in India, Pubg Mobile India shared a teaser on its Official YouTube channel. This teaser is shown by 3 Indian pro pubg playerss who go by the names Dynamo, Kronten, and Jonathan. The scene is they are missing PUBG mobile in their daily activities. These are cooking, having tea, or just sitting on a couch. Each clip is supported with subtitles saying,

‘Missing the excitement?’
‘Missing the Pan?’
‘Missing the Thrill?’
‘Missing the Chicken Dinner?’


These videos also showed a PUBG Mobile India logo. Which looks similar to the PUBG Mobile logo with an addition to ‘India’ at the bottom. There has also a ‘coming soon’ chapter plate. But, There in the video aren’t any gameplay or any details about the game.

FAU-G – Teasers

It showed that the game is set in Galwan Valley. The disputed Aksai Chin region administered by China to the Ladakh union territory of India. A short one-minute teaser video also revealed FAU-G’s graphics, gameplay details, and a glimpse of combat without weapons.

FAU-G vs PUBG Mobile – details


The PUBG Mobile India gameplay hasn’t been announced yet. But Akshat Rathee told the Indian Express that the game will not be ‘fundamentally different from the previous and Future. ’ PUBG Mobile India is said to have the same gameplay with some cosmetic changes to suit Indian sensibilities. These include green blood instead of red, a virtual simulation training ground setting, and fully-clothed characters.

The game will be slightly different from the global version. However, from a recent report, the old PUBG Mobile IDs will be transferred from global to the PUBG Esport Indian gaming community. This will ensure users can retrieve skins purchase from the global version to the Indian version. Also, they can in-game purchase when the game will be available in the country. Banned PUBG Mobile accounts, however, will not be restored.

PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile


This e-sport will get a battle royale mode in the future. But the initial gameplay seems to be a simple third-person action game. All players will have a level on the Galwan Valley. Which will offer a single-player as well as a cooperative multiplayer option. The company’s co-founder Vishal has said that the concept of the game is about “users experiencing what happened in Galwan Valley.”

Additionally, the game will be a third-person brawler. It will not have guns to stay true to the bilateral agreement between India and China in 1996. “The FAU-G gameplay looks to deliver brawler mechanics with melee weapons. The maps guide enemy camps that need to be defeated with skills and melee weapon combat,” Gondal said.


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