FAU-G’s Content Rating updated to Teen Google on PlayStore

2020 has been a rough year for Indian Mobile gaming community. 

FAU-G” Fearless and United Guard is highly anticipated upcoming Indian shooting battle royale game like PUBG Mobile. The pre-registration of FAU-G is live now, and a change in the game’s content rating has been noticed on Google PlayStore.

FAU-G is said to be focused on the military aspects of India, educate players about the sacrifices of our soldiers and the contribution of the Indian Army. 

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The game was announced in September shortly after the ban of PUBG Mobile in India. Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar unveiled the new Indian Battle Royale Game ‘Fau-G’ (published by Bengaluru-based nCore games) in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar movement. 

A few weeks before, nCORE Games opened the pre-registration for FAU-G on Google Playstore. Fau-G originally scheduled for November release, but nCore games failed to meet the expectations. Pre-registration is still live now on Playstore. Click here to pre-register.

The game also achieved a huge milestone of one million pre-registrations within the first 24 hours.

FAU-G Content Rating changed to Teen

Recently, a change in the game’s content rating has been noticed on Google PlayStore. 

The content rating defines the minimum maturity of the app content. Basically, it’s an age classification for players who are allowed to use the app. It is based on apps content which depends on several factors including elements in-game.

FAU-G’s content rating was initially set at ‘Above 16’, but has now been changed to ‘Teen’. The ‘Teen’ rating stands for violence and blood. According to Google PlayStore, “Ratings are the responsibility of the app developers and the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC).”

Fau-G is going to feature a single-player and maybe some co-op gameplay experience in a later update. The first level of the game will be set in Galwan Valley and have an episodic structure. It is based on the real-life events encountered by the Indian Security Forces to deal with both domestic and foreign threats.

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