This will be PUBG Mobile's Indian substitute FAU-G: that's just what Indian PUBG players have seen so far.
How Indians know so far is whether this 'proposed' PUBG Mobile replacement FAU-G or 'Fearless And Unified Guards' has only been reported and could take a certain time to hit the app stores.
PUBG Mobile Indian alternative revealed FAU-G Game, It will release in late October.
In less then two days of PUBG Mobile's ban across India, India encountered a series of Indian game developers implementing India's PUBG replacement or a new Royal Fight game comparable to a banned game.
Among the many developers is nCore Gaming which introduced on Friday a new Indian edition of PUBG Mobile named FAU-G or Confident And United: Guards. This same game is expected to be published shortly. The Core Games should disclose the release date and other specifics of the match in the coming days. The FAU-G game is also being established under the supervision of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.
The FAU-G had been in the pipeline; the PUBG ban seemed merely a coincidence: the Core Gaming Vishal Gondal.
Vishal Gondal, CEO of GOQii, confirmed via an official tweet that FAU-G was established in responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Atmanirbhar App campaigners.
The statement came only two days only after the Government of India reportedly banned 118 Chinese applications, such as PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile version.
The FAU-G (Fauji), that is labeled a soldier in the Indian language, arrives as an answer to PM Narendra Modi's concept of 'AtmaNirbhar.' The tweet adds that 20% of the net income received via this match will become donated to the 'Bharat Ke Veer' trust established by the Home Minister of India and will therefore be dedicated to India's 'brave hearts.'
Until then, if users downloaded PUBG, it could still be continued to play. Next possible step to finish this ban would be for Internet Service Providers to cut off access with PUBG Mobile in India.