In the meantime, Bangalore-based publisher nCore Games announced the FAU-G launch, though the game is yet to release in the country. According to the report, PUBG Mobile India has received pre-registrations of around 200,000 while FAU-G was pre-registered by 60,000.
PUBG Corporation is all set to relaunch PUBG Mobile in India as PUBG Mobile India. The company says that it is preparing to launch 'PUBG Mobile India', a new game created specifically for the Indian market.More news: SA pizza worker's lie to contact tracers caused harsh lockdown
There is no better news for the mobile gaming enthusiasts than the return of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG Mobile. FAU-G launch, on the other hand, is expected this month. However, there seems to be no official confirmation yet on the date of launch of the new game.
Recently we saw the official announcement from PUBG Corp that PUBG Mobile is working on coming back to India with an India-specific version of the battle royale. It was earlier reported that the existing gamer IDs that users had for PUBG Mobile before it was banned, will be carried forward for PUBG Mobile India as well. The company confirmed via teaser that the first edition of FAU-G will be focused around the Galwan Valley episode. The teaser showed three famous Indian PUBG Mobile gamers who go by the names Dynamo, Kronten, and Jonathan, missing the game while doing regular daytime tasks like cooking, having tea, or just sitting on a couch.More news: Armenia appoints new defence minister after Karabakh defeat
As per report by InsideSport, PUBG Mobile India trailer may drop soon.
PUBG reportedly is in the process of setting up an Indian subsidiary for its presence in India. It will be separate from its global version. In addition to establishing a local office, the company will look to actively collaborate and leverage local businesses to strengthen its gaming service, it added.The company also revealed plans to provide a secure and healthy gameplay environment alongside investments to cultivate local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries.More news: Sia announces upcoming debut feature-inspired album
Additionally, the game will be a third-person brawler and will not have guns to stay true to the bilateral agreement between India and China in 1996.