FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode Officially Teased, Beta Release on June 21

Fearless and United Guards (FAUG) launched in India earlier this year bringing much excitement among players after the PUBG ban in the country. However, the game, when released on January 26, met with a lot of criticism towards combat, graphics, and various other missing features. So in February, creator nCore Games announced to add Team Deathmatch Mode (TDM) to the game. Now, the developer has released a cinematic teaser of FAU-G’s TDM mode.

nCore Games took to Twitter to announce the beta release of FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode and shared the teaser for the same. As per the tweet, the beta TDM mode will be available to beta testers on June 21st. One seemingly obvious feature that’s coming with the FAU-G multiplayer mode is “guns.” In the teaser, you can see a variety of weapons including submachine guns, scoped bolt-action rifles, fully automatic rifles, and grenades. However, the teaser showcases only one arena set in an urban environment, which we expect the FAUG multiplayer gameplay to offer more.

FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode Beta Release on June 21

While the multiplier mode in FAU-G is a good addition by nCore Games to make its fans have some better gameplay, but to compete with PUBG, it needs to at least add a Battle Royale mode. But even if it gets to FAUG, which the developer hasn’t announced or been vocal about yet, it still may not perform well. This is because PUBG will soon be getting a new version, the PUBG: New State, which has received over 10 million pre-registrations on Google Play Store already.

Well, since the beta release is still two months away, we should see more improvements to the game by then. It’s only after the beta release when we’ll get to see how the game performs. But former PUBG Mobile fans would rather prefer a sequel of their favorite game instead of jumping to a different alternative, which still hasn’t a Battle Royale mode.

Since the launch is scheduled now for beta testers, we will get to see how the players respond to it when it releases on June 21.

Punkaj Kumar

An engineer by profession, tech geek, writer, and a passionate blogger. I love to write on topics related to smartphones, computers, and innovative technology.

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