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Indian Gamers are showing their disappointment in FAU-G with one-star rating on the Play Store

Indian Gamers are showing their disappointment in FAU-G with one-star rating on the Play Store

Apart from the Covid-19 pandemic, one big catastrophe that hit India was the ban on PUBG Mobile India. The ban was announced in September 2020, following which another indie game called FAU-G was announced. It was marketed to be a rival for the popular battle royale game and created a high expectation among Indian gamers. Initially, FAU-G was expected to be released around New Year, but it was later announced that the game would be launched on 26th January, coinciding with Republic Day. The government of India has banned more than 59 apps, including the popular video app TikTok.

 It's been more than a week since FAU-G's launch, and we must say that the word disappointment is not enough to describe Indian gamers' reaction to the game. Within the first 24 hours, the game became one of India's top free games in the Google Play Store. Ratings have significantly fallen since its launch as gamers are rating it one star on the Play Store. Currently, the ratings stand at 3.2 stars, which is very mediocre, and for a game that was hyped as PUBG's alternative; these ratings are surely not helping. Some of the common critiques are poor graphics, right movements, unprofessional, requires no skill, and poor execution. The game has been a big letdown for users, and it has not filled the PUBG void.

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