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FAUG Team Deathmatch Beta Released for Android

The deathmatch mode allows users to assemble a five-person squad.

FAUG Team Deathmatch Beta Released for Android – Nearly four months after announcing the title’s debut, nCore Games’ FAU-G has begun rolling out deathmatch mode. The gameplay mode is currently in development, and the company says it will improve the game based on feedback from players.

Akshay Kumar, nCore Games, and FAU-G brand ambassador made the announcement on Twitter. The game, which debuted with a single campaign mode earlier this year, will seek to garner traction among players who are eagerly anticipating the return of PUBG’s new avatar, Battlegrounds Mobile India. The deathmatch mode was promised as allowing users to assemble a five-person squad, but we have yet to try out the new feature.

FAUG Team Deathmatch Weapons
FAUG Team Deathmatch Weapons

FAU-G was also released on the App Store in March, approximately two months after its first release. The game is 643MB in size and requires iOS 10.0 or later for iPhone users and iPad OS 10.0 or later for iPad users to download. It’s free to play on iOS, just like it is on Android, with app purchases ranging from Rs 89 to Rs 3,599. With the new model, the corporation hopes to broaden its user base, as previously said.

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During our early examination, we thought FAU-graphics G’s were quite sharp, but the fight sequences were a little tedious after a while. It was also less entertaining due to the lack of gaming modes within the game.

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