FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards, the action game that debuted for Android users on January 26 after some forecasts and delays, is facing backlash from gamers. Many PUBG fans have bombarded FAU-G reviews on Google Play, as it does not with a game that has been banned by the government. FAU-G ratings suddenly dropped to 3.2 stars as a result of collective criticism – up from 4.5 stars a few days ago. Nevertheless, at the time of writing, FAU-G remains the top free game on Google Play in India.
FAU-G’s Google Play list shows a significant increase in one-star reviews. Some of the reviews that carry a one-star rating are specifically around the experience that users found inferior to their expectations. However, there are several one-star reviews in which users have compared FAU-G with PUBG Mobile.
“I really hoped that it would change the status of PUBG, but when I played it, I realized that it is [the] Worst game I’ve ever played in my life. This is really disappointing, ”one of the users rated FAU-G as having a one-star rating wrote on Google Play.
Shortly after its introduction last week, FAU-G surpassed five million downloads and became the top free game on Google Play. The top berth is still held by the game on Google Play, although with a large number of negative reviews.
Gadgets 360 FAU-G publisher nCore Games has reached out to a comment on the review bombing. This report will be updated when we hear back.
FAU-G was announced just after PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were banned in the country in September. It was initially considered as an alternative to PUBG Mobile. However, instead of offering a battle royale experience with multiple weapons, the FAU-G began with a simpler gameplay, which included battle fights with enemy groups.
Nevertheless, there are plans to add FAU-G to the ‘Free for All’ and 5v5 ‘Team Deathmatch’ modes as well as a Battle Royale mode in the future. The game is currently limited to Android devices, though it is expected to reach iPhone and iPad models later.
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