FAU-G to get a Team Deathmatch Mode soon, Akshay Kumar shares some details on Twitter
At launch, FAU-G had only a single-player campaign mode and developers had said that a Team Deathmatch mode and a Free for All mode was on the cards.
Delivering on what they had promised at launch, FAU-G is getting a Team Deathmatch mode soon that’s going to add some multiplayer content to the game. When FAU-G was launched on January 26, there was only a single player mode and developers nCore Games had said that a Team Deathmatch mode and a Free for All mode would be coming soon.
The Team Deathmatch mode announcement was made on Twitter today with actor Akshay Kumar sharing some details about it.
For most of the people who downloaded and played FAU-G, the general consensus was that there wasn’t enough content. That should change with the introduction of this new mode. And nCore has also promised one more mode down the line.
Find your friends, form your squad, fight for freedom! FAU-G’s multiplayer Team Deathmatch mode is coming soon!— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 24, 2021
Download now: https://t.co/8cuWhoHDBh#FAUG #Multiplayer #AtmanirbharBharat@BharatKeVeer @vishalgondal @nCore_games pic.twitter.com/TWOPeeKIXY
Kumar’s tweet mentions that players will be able to team up with friends and take part in battles as a squad. Going by nCore’s earlier announcements, Team Deathmatch will have two teams with five players each and there’s probably going to be a new map for players to face-off on. There may, or may not, be multiple maps.
Besides this, there is nothing more we know about the Team Deathmatch mode yet. We also do not know when exactly it is rolling out.
FAU-G was announced just after PUBG Mobile was banned in India in September last year. While PUBG Mobile struggled with getting their game back up here, and are still struggling, FAU-G launched in January this year. On release the game was downloaded by five million users and got an average rating of 4.5 stars.
However, PUBG fans started reviewbombing FAU-G soon stating that the game was not at par with the super-popular battle royale and its ratings plummeted.
Founder of nCore Games Vishal Gondal told HT Tech in an interview that it’s not fair to compare PUBG Mobile and FAU-G because they are not the same game. The former is a battle royale while for the latter, battle royale might be one of the modes they eventually introduce.
Negative reviews aside, it looks like nCore is going ahead with their plans unfettered.