To return to our offices and await the release of FAU-G or PUBG Mobile on smartphones On Tuesday, at least one of them, FAU-G, was officially launched. There have been various parallels between the two games in the run-up to their release. For obvious reasons, to boot. To begin with, FAU-G was introduced just days after PUBG Mobile was banned in India, and it was viewed as a viable alternative, if not a direct competitor.

The game’s developers, nCore, have stated that FAU-G is not a direct competitor to PUBG, but the name’s similarity cannot be missed. But that’s where the parallels end. Everything else is out of the ordinary. Here are some of the most important distinctions between the two games.

The modes available in FAU-G immediately make you realize it’s a completely different game. PUBG was a pure battle royale game, and one of the reasons for its success was the way the experience was built and the elements utilized. It allowed users to enter the arena as individuals, in two-person teams, or in four-person teams.

The rest of the game hinged on your decisions. ‘Tales from the Galwan Valley,’ ‘Team Deathmatch,’ and ‘Free for All,’ on the other hand, are listed as three different modes in FAU-G. Only the first of these is playable right now, and it is a single-player campaign option that takes you through a pre-determined scenario.