FAU-G 5v5 Team Deathmatch Mode Coming Soon

FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode Coming Soon, Akshay Kumar Announces on Twitter

FAU-G is getting its promised Team Deathmatch mode that can add some multiplayer content material to the sport, developer nCore Games has introduced on Twitter. FAU-G formally launched on January 26, and whereas lots of people downloaded and performed the sport, a common consensus was that it doesn’t have sufficient content material. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who has been related to the sport for the reason that very starting, additionally shared on Twitter {that a} Team Deathmatch mode shall be coming quickly that can enable customers to play with their pals.

FAU-G developer nCore Games made the announcement {that a} 5v5 Team Deathmatch mode will quickly arrive for the sport. FAU-G was announced in September 2020 after PUBG Mobile and plenty of different Chinese apps had been banned in India. After a number of delays, FAU-G (Review) lastly released on January 26 this yr and have become the top free game on the Google Play retailer. However, gamers quickly discovered that the sport lacked content material because it launched solely with a brief single-player marketing campaign mode, with a promise of two extra sport modes coming sooner or later.

Kumar additionally tweeted in regards to the Team Deathmatch mode, however a launch date for the launch of the brand new sport mode has not been shared but.

Kumar’s tweet says that gamers will be capable of staff up with pals, kind a squad, and participate in battles. Team Deathmatch can have two groups of 5 gamers every going through off in an area. There will probably be a brand new map, if not a number of new maps, the place the 2 groups can battle.

Besides this, there isn’t a different data on the Team Deathmatch mode for FAU-G.

When FAU-G first launched, it was downloaded by over 5 million customers on Google Play and had a median ranking of 4.5 stars. However, in lower than per week, a number of PUBG followers bombed FAU-G reviews for the sport not being on par with PUBG Mobile and subsequently its Google Play ranking dropped. Vishal Gondal, the founding father of nCore Games defended FAU-G saying, “I can understand we are not five stars, but we are not one star either. I mean, we are somewhere in the middle right now.”

Gondal mentioned that being an Indian studio, they thought individuals would assist and encourage them.

It looks like the detrimental critiques didn’t shake the staff’s targets for including new content material to FAU-G and with a Team Deathmatch mode now introduced, we hope {that a} Free for All mode additionally follows go well with.

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