nCORE Games announced that FAU-G is set to get an open beta on June 21 for its Team Deathmatch mode. The “made in India’ action game launched on January 26 and it has received numerous updates since its release. nCORE has been teasing a TDM mode since February and the developers finally made it official, with a beta set to release in two months. The new mode will feature a classic TDM mode that is popular in numerous action games. The new mode will feature 5v5 gameplay and the content update is also set to introduce new weapons to the game.
FAU-G TDM Overview
FAU-G’s TDM mode will feature teams of up to 5 members. According to the posters shown by nCORE Games, the mode may not be taking place on the Galwan Valley map. One of the biggest talking points of the game since its launch has been a lack of a variety of weapons. The upcoming update is set to introduce multiple new weapons.
The TDM mode announcement states “The choice between good & evil is within us! On this auspicious day of Ram Navami, we present to u the cinematic teaser of FAU-G’s TDM Mode! Which side are you on? Beta Release–June21” nCORE Games is yet to open pre-registrations for the beta.
FAU-G TDM Mode Overview
FAU-G is known for its single-player content and the introduction of Team Deathmatch mode was long overdue. The mode will also introduce new weapons when it releases. Full details of the mode are yet to be revealed by nCORE.
The mode will likely incorporate the classic TDM mechanics seen in other games. You will face off in a 5v5 scenario and your objective will be to score the most kills. Respawns will be available to all players to get back into a fight and try again after a death. More details on the mode will be available closer to launch.
FAUG Team Deathmatch Mode Release Date
nCORE Games has confirmed that the beta of FAUG's Team Deathmatch Mode will release on June 21, 2021.No other information about the beta launch has been announced yet. It will be interesting to see if the mode will have a closed beta or an open beta release.
Details about its stable release are also yet to be announced.
FAU-G is set in the Indian region of Galwan Valley. nCORE Games markets the game as a “proudly made in India project” that pays tribute to India’s armed forces. The game was launched to fill the void left by PUBG Mobile after it was banned in India last year. The Indian government banned numerous Chinese apps and games which led to FAU-G’s aggressive marketing as a “made in India” game.