FAU-G is copied? Founder dismisses speculations in his latest interview.

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Just two days after PUBG Mobile was banned in India, famous Bollywood superstar, Akshay Kumar released the poster of the new Indian game FAU-G and since then most of the fans have only settled for "FAU-G is copied from PUBG."

The fans have already pointed out that the poster of the game has been entirely copied and we cannot deny the striking resemblance between the two images below.

FAUG is being accused to be copied

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FAU-G hogged all the limelight as the new Indian Multiplayer game supporting PM Narendra Modi's Atmanirbhar Mission, but it has received heavy criticism from the fans. A lot of memes have been spiraling on social media saying this game is a copy of PUBG Mobile.

Founder denies FAU-G is copied

In a recent interview with Times Of India, Vishal Gondal, the co-Founder of nCore Games, stated "The idea behind FAU-G is to give the gamers in India an experience of working, or experiencing what the real soldiers of India feel like."

"I also want to clarify that the game is no way trying to copy or mimic PUBG"

Vijay Gondal,

co-founder of nCore Games.

FAU-G is copied

It is also told that FAU-G will be donating 20% of the total revenue to Akshay Kumar's "Bharat Ke Veer" trust. With the game set to be released in October, it has already received immense criticism from the fans, and if this continues, things will definitely go downhill from here for the creators of the game.

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