In the virtual world, India is still fighting China and beating the hell out of its men in Galwan.
Yes, this is the plot of the first level of FAU-G, the made-in-India mobile game dubbed as an alternative to the ever-addictive PUBG, that was launched on the Republic Day today.
On Twitter, #FAUG was trending as Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who first announced the game back in September last year, released the game trailer and asked people to start downloading it from Google Play.
“Face the enemy. Fight for your country. Protect Our Flag. India’s most anticipated action game, Fearless and United Guards: FAU-G takes you to the frontlines and beyond! Start your mission today.” tweeted Akshay today morning.
The trailer captures the June 15, 2020 Galwan incident in Ladakh when deadly skirmishes between Indian and Chinese left 20 Indian army soldiers including an officer dead even as there were reports of several casualties on the Chinese side as well.
“Corporal Ahmed, we should inform the base that the tri-colour is missing at a forward post,” the trailer has an Indian army officer telling his corporal as the enemy soldiers armed with nail-studded batons attack the Indian soldiers.
FAU-G stands for Fearless and United Guards is an action game for mobile that has been made in India by Bangalore-based company nCore Games.